VBrick equips companies to build their own TV stations
EtherneTV system delivers the building blocks for simple, high-quality video distributionFollow @infoworld
Once the tiny client is installed, currently available program content will show on the initial display. Admins can also embed specific video-on-demand or stream addresses into Web pages using the included HTML files.
VBrick has the nifty ability to break up captured video into smaller pieces for upload to avoid swamping network connections. The Current screen displays currently running streams. Authorized users may drill down for more details, such as its origin, where it’s going, and who has viewing rights.
Overall, I found that this system covers every portion of the video distribution spectrum. The next edition, due in September, aims to build on the system’s strengths, adding client-side publishing capabilities, support for Mac OS X clients, and integration with LDAP, Microsoft, and Novell directory servers for authentication and permissions. The MCS will be able to present content from multiple VOD Servers.
With scalable video delivery, the EtherneTV system delivers the equivalent of your own private television network, dovetailing nicely into your existing company intranet.