VBrick’s Distributed Media Engine (DME) is a game-changer, optimizing and streamlining the distribution of high-def video and other rich media content across multi-site enterprises and campus environments. The DME simultaneously ingests, transforms and redistributes H.264 video streams to diverse endpoints, including PCs, Macs, mobile phones, tablets, televisions and monitors.
DME is available on a choice of three robust hardware platforms, all leveraging VBrick’s experience building high-performance, low-touch appliances. Requiring only a web browser interface for management, the DME seamlessly integrates as a distributed element within the VBrick video streaming ecosystem. Working in concert with a centrally deployed VEMS Mystro, DME intelligently (and automatically) serves users with both live and stored content from the closest DME.
When DME’s Video Conference Streaming Gateway Module is enabled, it can ingest video from popular videoconference systems and convert it for streaming. Each unit can support hundreds or thousands of users, concurrently delivering multiple streams of live and stored video content in a variety of formats.
• Leverages multicast capabilities, eliminating need to incrementally scale network bandwidth as viewers grow.
• Streams high-quality H.264 content once, and delivers multiple formats to multiple types of endpoints concurrently.
• Delivers live H.264 content to mobile devices as Flash, Apple Adaptive and Smooth Streaming or supports HTTP progressive download of video-on-demand content.
• Meets government information assurance security requirements.
• Easily accommodates increased user demand without degrading performance or experience.