WALLINGFORD, Conn. – September 17, 2008- VBrick Systems, Inc., the world leader in digital video appliances and solutions, today announced that the Ethernet 4.2 digital video solution has been named as a finalist for the 2008 Streaming Media Magazine Readers’ Choice Award. VBrick’s EtherneTV 4.2 system is a powerful tool for distributing live and on-demand video assets across campus and enterprise networks. EtherneTV 4.2 allows organizations to simplify management by delivering a number of video applications, all from one system.
“This year’s Readers’ Choice Awards presented more than 200 different products and services from more than 150 different companies from around the world,” said Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen, editor, Streaming Media Magazine. “The fact that there's so much competition for these awards is a reflection of just how many competitive solutions are now available to consumers, enterprises, and educational institutions looking for online video solutions; the fact that nearly 4,000 Streaming Media readers voted in the awards shows just how passionately they feel about the tools they've chosen. Regardless of who the ultimate winners are that’s something we can all celebrate.”
EtherneTV 4.2 is enhanced with two new software modules, EtherneTV Channel Guide and EtherneTV Reporter. EtherneTV Channel Guide allows users to download the television programming list from an Internet server and associate it with the television channels they are delivering on their network. Customers can also use this functionality to create “custom stations” with programming information for self-generated content.
“We are honored to be a finalist for the 2008 Readers’ Choice Award,” said Vince Graziani, VBrick CEO. “VBrick is continually striving to deliver video-based innovations that are fundamentally changing how organizations communicate and touch key audiences. Time and time again, video communications has proven itself to be dynamic, cost-effective and quick. It reduces time-to-market by increasing time-to-impact, allowing organizations to collaborate and communicate quickly and easily.” Go Back SEND TO FRIEND