LAS VEGAS – May 28, 2004 – VBrick Systems (www.VBrick.com), the leader in digital video solutions, once again played a key role at this year’s NetWorld+Interop (N+I) in Las Vegas, on May 11 through 13th. VBrick Systems, recipient of the Best of Show award at N+I in 2003, continued its support of this renowned industry show in 2004 by providing reliable, robust video solutions, that enabled the delivery of DVD-quality video from the show floor via multicast over the N+I InteropNet Labs network.
“With the support of many vendors and volunteers, we were once again able to build the
world's premier Advanced Internetworking interoperability testbed and provide
free educational demonstrations and classes for everyone who attended N+I",” said Jim Martin, InteropNet Labs (iLabs) Team Instructor and 12-year veteran of the Interop community. “VBrick Systems’ video appliances allowed us to show what modern networking technology can do. We've always enjoyed utilizing VBricks because they are robust, easy to use, and exhibit a true network citizenship.”
This year, VBrick Systems’ unique MPEG appliances were used to demonstrate the power of IP multicasting over separate MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) VPNs (Virtual Private Networks). A live, high quality stream originating at
“Networld+Interop is a great opportunity for industry leaders to come together and showcase the future of networking technology,” said Rich Mavrogeanes, Founder and CTO of VBrick Systems. “We are honored to again have been able to facilitate video networking at this event and prove to the N+I audience that VBrick is making easy, reliable, and affordable video a reality.”