VBrick Systems Inc., a producer of Internet protocol video systems, unveiled its 9000 Series video encoding appliances that enable more efficient video distribution from enterprise head-ends where physical space is precious and encoding per-square-inch becomes a deciding factor for a successful deployment, the firm says.
The 9000 Series video encoding appliances quadruples the performance over what is currently available delivering more high definition (HD) encoding per-square-inch, VBrick says. In addition, the 9000 Series offers “greater encoding density” for television distribution, digital signage and a variety of other applications, the company says.
The 9000 Series also provides “better video quality” which is needed “for today’s high quality, large displays,” because users simply expect HD quality video, VBrick says.
In addition, the 9000 Series offers “more efficient network utilization” which is delivered by the 9000 Series’ support for high profile encoding, thereby delivering the same video quality while saving up to 50 percent in bandwidth as compared to traditional baseline profile encoding, the firm says.
VBrick cites the “explosive growth in video use in corporate, education, government and healthcare institutions” as the driver for the innovation behind the 9000 Series. “The success of mission-critical surveillance and telemedicine applications are driven by image quality, requiring industry-leading 1080p60 fps.,” the firm says.