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The first HP Broadcast Video Server went on air in 1994.
Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: VTSS) is responding to this changing digital environment with a new portfolio of products uniquely designed to address the broadcast video industry's migration to 3G-SDI 1080p HD and 3D video.
Factors Restraining Growth for the Broadcast Video Server Market 1-58
TokBox[TM], the simplest video chat and video messaging service on the Web, announces the launch of Broadcast video chat, enabling a video chat with up to 12 people to be watched and contributed to by an audience of up to 200.
today announced that the company has expanded its Vyvx services platform to include broadcast video distribution in Europe.
We chose Mindspeed's crosspoint switches and broadcast video chipset for our next-generation routers because they offer robust performance and design flexibility combined with very low power dissipation," said Steve Miller, vice president of Product Development with QuStream.
Microtime is a logical partner for Digital F/X because they are the leading supplier of a new generation of digital video effects systems -- the IMPACT series -- that create realtime effects for the broadcast video market," said Rolando Esteverena, president and chief executive officer of Digital F/X.
In fact, the market for broadcast video over radio frequency (RF) - modulated optics has held steady for years, grown the past few, and even shows signs of accelerating this year.
Broadcast video and other materials are available online from Palm's Multimedia Library (www.
The high performance WMS 200 is the latest addition to the WMS line and enables presenters to broadcast video, audio, pictures and slides from anywhere in the room.
The new features include several enhancements to MPLS-based point-to-multipoint (P2MP) broadcast video distribution and new capabilities for the SDX-300 Service Deployment System.
Though ABI Research believes that most of these services will debut at $10/monthly subscription in the US through operators such as Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel, advertising will become an increasingly important source of revenue for mobile broadcast video, and will serve to subsidize high-quality programming.
Penthera is a privately held company providing a complete software solution for mobile broadcast video and audio services, including middleware and application-level software for the broadcast head-end and on handheld devices.