Haivision: View From the Top 2014
Helping People Work Better with Video
Haivision’s goal is to help people and organizations work better with video – making it easier for their video content to reach the right audience within an enterprise network or over the Internet. From innovation to implementation, these fundamental Haivision technologies are addressing the world’s most demanding enterprise video challenges:
More Content, Less Cost
In order for organizations to continue to adopt video on a broader scale, they need more cost effective ways to deliver more content. With this in mind, Haivision developed a new protocol for video transport over the Internet, called Secure Reliable Transport (SRT). Without having to invest in additional satellite or network infrastructure, organizations use SRT to deliver more content at less cost without sacrificing quality. As a backbone to Haivision’s solution ecosystem, SRT will be applied to all Haivision products to enable video workflows over unqualified networks – increasing the ability to send more content at lower costs.
Making Video More Valuable
As more and more video content is being created, recorded and shared, organizations are struggling with how to search and discover meaningful content that helps them gain insight. Metadata has always been an important component of our solutions, and with the launch of Calypso, our multisource media recording and distribution platform, organizations are capturing and sharing metadata rich video content in real-time, so they can get right to the heart of the content they need to see to get their jobs done.
Better Video Quality over Constrained Pipes
To solve the problem of getting better video quality for backhaul over constricted networks, Haivision introduced the industry’s first HEVC baseband encoding and HEVC/H.264 transcoding solution. Designed for government and enterprise applications such as intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) and video backhaul contribution, we’re helping organizations achieve the best picture quality over satellite and other constrained networks.
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