WALLINGFORD, Conn. – March 31, 2006 – VBrick Systems, Inc. (www.VBrick.com), an industry leader in affordable video over IP network solutions, today announced that VBrick is enabling employees to view NCAA Men’s College Basketball tournament games at work without monopolizing corporate network bandwidth or crippling IT performance.
March Madness is captivating corporate
Internet streaming bandwidth requirements can cause even a few viewers at the same company to consume significant network resources, potentially slowing mission-critical application performance. VBrick, however, enables organizations to stream broadcast video to all networked PCs using minimal bandwidth, while also eliminating the requirement to access content from the Internet.
“The rush for front-row seats to March Madness games via the Internet reflects how even novice computer users are tuning in to digital video for engaging sporting events, entertainment, and breaking news,” said Andy Howard, director of marketing, VBrick Systems, Inc. “Now that Internet streaming is accessible by virtually anyone with Internet access, corporations must address employees’ increasing demand for digital video as an essential application for training, collaboration, and other important daily business functions. VBrick has the product depth and unmatched expertise to provide organizations with the digital video capabilities to support their varied line-of-business requirements.”
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