VB6200 will be demonstrated at VBrick NAB2005 booth SL-4931. VB6200 is a self-contained portable video appliance that enables organizations to leverage real-time video as a key communications tool. Using a simple remote control, users can set-up one-way streaming or two-way conferencing sessions at a click of a button.
“VBrick enables organizations to use dynamic video anywhere there is Internet connectivity, thereby removing the complexity and performance hurdles previously associated with networked video,” said Fred Geyer, chief executive officer of VBrick Systems, Inc. “Organizations using VB6200 gain access to two-way video communications and adapt seamlessly to dynamic business and organizational requirements.”
VB6200 extends the reach of mission-critical video by optimizing distance learning, telemedicine, event broadcasts, and important business operations such as employee training, global sales meetings and product launches. Its most distinguishing characteristic is its versatility. VB6200 can seamlessly support interactive conferencing and webcasting to thousands of viewers globally.
“Organizations frustrated by the limits of conference calls and sparsely-attended in-person meetings are rapidly adopting video to reach new levels of flexibility,” said Leo Miller, president, LTI Datacomm. “VB6200 provides important performance and agility that connects users anytime, anywhere using video.”
VB6200 broadens VBrick’s extensive line of IP network video solutions. Specifically, it adds MPEG-4 multicasting commun