- up to 250 Mbps live throughput
- up to 25 concurrent streams
- requires customer provided hardware
The VBrick H.264 Distributed Media Engine (DME) forms the backbone of an Enterprise Wide Video Delivery Network (EVDN). It enables efficient video broadcasts to large audiences by supporting a variety of endpoints, including popular smartphones and media tablets. People in regional offices or on remote campuses can view high-definition video, either live or stored, without taxing data connections to a central site. The DME is a single integrated platform which intelligently provides media redistribution, media transformation and the serving and storage of video-on-demand content. A typical deployment has one or more central DMEs connected to edge DMEs. A single stream of media from a central site can support tens of thousands of live views and then be stored locally for on-demand access by thousands more.