ISE 2015: Haivision Continues Momentum in EMEA Region
Haivision, an enterprise video technology company, announced continued momentum in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) with a number of new customers, expanded headquarters in Germany, and increased sales and channel support in the United Kingdom, Netherlands, and France. Haivision exhibited the company’s enterprise media and streaming solutions at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2015 (stand 6-M174)
Across the globe, Haivision video solutions power a wide range of video applications for enterprise, education, medical, broadcast, and government organizations. In the last year, Haivision has provided a growing number of companies in the EMEA region with enterprise-grade solutions for broadcast backhaul, training and assessment, enterprise communications and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR).
New customers include Airbus, CAE, DNB Bank, Exact Software, London Metropolitan Police, Macmillan Publishers, Press Association, Nordia Bank, NPAS (National Police Air Service), RaboBank, Red Bee Media, RSM International, Sagem, Swedbank and UPM. The recent expansion of the German headquarters and sales leadership additions have also reinforced Haivision’s commitment to enhancing international support for its channel partners and customers.
“There has been tremendous demand for enterprise video solutions in the EMEA market,” said Mirko Wicha, President and CEO of Haivision. “With our expanded headquarters in Germany, we’re bringing increased sales support and research and development to give our customers the best support and experience so they can work better with video.”
Haivision Media Gateway Lowers Costs for Multi-Site Video Backhaul, Distribution
Also at ISE 2015, Haivision announced a new video streaming solution – the Haivision Media Gateway – bringing broadcasters, enterprises and multi-site ministries a cost-effective alternative to satellite or MPLS networks for live video transport. Haivision Media Gateway allows organizations to aggregate and replicate live, HD streams concurrently to and from remote locations, over any network.
Powered by Haivision’s SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) technology, the Haivision Media Gateway allows organizations to aggregate and replicate live, HD streams concurrently to and from remote locations, over any network. SRT optimizes streaming performance across unpredictable networks by ensuring packet loss recovery, stream security, and network health monitoring.
With the Haivision Media Gateway, users can convert streams to and from SRT and standard MPEG Transport Stream (TS), TS for video distribution within a LAN and SRT for transport over WAN. Users can also Aggregate streams from multiple facilities to one central location for live backhaul and broadcast monitoring. In addition, users can replicate a live stream from a central location and distribute it to multiple facilities over public and private networks.
The Haivision Media Gateway allows broadcasters to harvest live video content from multiple remote production venues, aggregating SRT streams and re-distributing the streams as TS within a central production venue.
Multi-Site Ministry Video Distribution
The Haivision Media Gateway’s ability to replicate SRT streams (one to many) and distribute them over private and public networks allows multi-site faith organizations to bring together remote congregations with live, HD video.
Whether connecting offices from New York to London for an all hands meeting, product launch or important announcement, the Haivision Media Gateway allows multi-site enterprises to bridge remote locations for live, high quality, secure video distribution over public and private networks.
“Today’s world is driven by collaboration, communication, and in broadcast, the quest for more content at less cost,” said Peter Maag, Haivision’s CMO. “The Haivision Media Gateway brings together remote audiences and video operations with all of the quality of dedicated circuits at a fraction of the cost.”
To learn more about Haivision Media Gateway, Haivision will host a live webinar on February 17 at 2:00 p.m. ET: Multi-Site Live Video at Less Cost. To register, visit: http://www3.haivision.com/multisite-video-webinar.