VBrick Systems’ solutions connect a presenter or an entire event to an audience using video. It may be a live executive broadcast or webcast, an instructor teaching a class, or the launch of a new product. It could as easily involve networking TV channels to an employee’s desktop, or conveying a message to digital signs throughout a building or campus. In all cases, VBrick solutions can record that video content, store it and make it easy to search and watch later on a TV, PC, smartphone or tablet.

VBrick IP Video solutions serve five primary applications:

Live meeting and event broadcast:

  • Executive broadcasts
  • Extending video conferencing sessions
  • Marketing events / training sessions

On-demand rich media content management and distribution:

  • Enterprise “YouTube”
  • Lecture capture and training content
  • Web site content

TV Distribution:

  • Desktop TV
  • Digital Signage integration
  • Classroom curriculum integration

Digital Signage:

  • Campus-wide notices
  • Corporate common areas
  • Convention centers

Surveillance and monitoring:

  • Border security and battlefield reconnaissance
  • Process monitoring
  • Intelligent transportation systems
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VBrick elements include purpose built appliances, purpose built cards and chassis, applications loaded on custom hardware, applications loaded on commercial off-the-shelf hardware and software only.  Many solutions are sold as software only so they can be loaded on a server of the customer’s choosing, assuming it meets the required performance criteria.

VBrick solutions complement the entire Avaya video offer.  VBrick solutions leverage LDAP and Active Directory so single sign-on is a standard part of a solution.  VBrick also offers a Video Conference Streaming Gateway (part of VBrick’s Distributed Media Engine)  that includes a SIP UA.  The gateway can be integrated with Avaya’s video conferencing portfolio to act as a peer in a video conference. As a member of the conference the gateway ingests the video, transforms it and streams it into the rest of the VBrick ecosystem.  The video can then be broadcast to thousands of users as well as recorded and stored for future playback.

VBrick elements typically require 100/1000 Base-T connections.  In environments where live broadcasts are desired, multicast is often used (typically on the LAN not the WAN) to reduce the bandwidth consumption across the network.  In those instances infrastructure should be evaluated to determine the level of support available.

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