“Given our customer’s feedback, we have re-designed the user-interface and enhanced access to core functionality, giving our clients a platform to distribute video with even greater ease and efficiency,” said Bruce Webber, VBrick’s vice president of software engineering.
For nearly a decade, clients using the company’s EtherneTV systems and digital video appliances have propelled VBrick to its digital video leadership position – including more than 40 percent of the global corporate encoder market, according to Frost & Sullivan*.
“With EtherneTV 4.0, VBrick continues to add digital video capabilities that fit seamlessly into organizations’ environments while removing barriers to widespread market adoption,” said Steve Vonder Haar, founder and research director, Interactive Media Strategies. “EtherneTV’s robust user authorization features provide an elegant solution to the very thorny issue of access and digital rights management at large organizations.”
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