A2Zlogix chooses the right ViBE
Thomson Video Networks' ViBE VS7000 HEVC encoder
A2Zlogix, a US provider of preprocessing solutions for uncompressed video, has selected Thomson Video Networks’ ViBE VS7000 HEVC encoder to provide adaptive-bit-rate encoding for delivery of multi-screen applications.
The partnership at NAB sees A2Zlogix running a software implementation of the Thomson Video Networks ViBE VS7000, driven by the MediaFlexOS video operating system running on A2Zlogix servers in its demonstration lab in Edison, New Jersey.
“To showcase our technology for delivery of next-generation multi-screen services, we required a pure software encoding solution that could integrate easily into our data center," explained Kevin Yao, director of video technology, A2Zlogix. “With the ViBE VS7000, media organizations are able to maintain high video quality standards and deliver new multi-screen services seamlessly, cost-effectively, and profitably."
Thomson Video Networks at NAB Booth SU2610
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