Epiphan Video's 2015 View From The Top
With more than a dozen years of expertise in video capture and streaming, Epiphan is uniquely positioned to navigate today’s diverse streaming landscape.
Epiphan listens to its customers
In 2003, Epiphan started with VGA2USB, a simple VGA-only hardware capture device. Incorporating feedback from customers who loved the product, Epiphan added support for higher resolutions and higher frame rates. The evolution resulted in DVI2USB 3.0, SDI2USB 3.0 and the revolutionary new driverless AV.io HD and AV.io SDI video grabbers. Along the way, Epiphan also added a product line for capturing, recording, streaming and switching live video from all-in-one devices without the need for a separate computer. The flagship Epiphan Pearl is winning awards and rave reviews around the world for its powerful streaming capabilities in a small, portable and easy to use package.
Video streaming for better remote support
Building on the success of Pearl and Epiphan’s video capture solutions comes Apollo. Apollo offers customers with expensive and sophisticated equipment a better way to do remote technical support. Traditional support for these systems relies on telephone or online chat for troubleshooting and installation assistance. When these communications methods fail to solve the problem, a technician is dispatched to the customer site for further investigation, causing extended system downtime. Apollo avoids these costly delays by placing the technician virtually at the customer site. Apollo combines Epiphan’s KVM and streaming technologies with an HD camera and voice support to deliver a more cost effective and faster remote technical support solution.
At Epiphan, we’re always working with you to improve your video streaming experience.
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