VBrick Systems, a dealer in IP video technology, claimed that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will use its IP video streaming technology to broadcast video from the International Space Station (ISS) to its entire network and to the global community.
“We continue to marvel at the truly innovative applications that NASA is powering using our IP video streaming technology,” said Michael Rubin, vice president of Marketing at VBrick in a press realease, “We look forward to supporting NASA with the world’s most sophisticated, scalable and secure video technology as it continues its pioneering work on Earth and in space.”
VBrick claimed that it is offering the industry’s only turnkey IP video solution which can be used to capture live and on-demand video content, and distribute it over any network, to anyone, anywhere. VBrick's IP Video solutions integrate five essential elements of streaming video communications including video capture, transport, record and store, playback, and manage and control. By integrating these important operations, VBrick's IP video solutions greatly simplify what it takes to get users’ digital media-based applications up and running.
NASA previously had upgraded its personal computer card-based video transmission technology to the more stable and scalable VBrick Systems platform and now VBrick video encoders will enable the NASA Ground Space Center in Houston to more seamlessly communicate its many important scientific breakthroughs to a wider audience of space enthusiasts who follow the agency’s pursuit via its site.
VBrick’s technology allows virtually everyone on Earth to keep track of the fascinating work that NASA is doing every single day in space.
VBrick added that it greatly simplifies the creation and distribution of this content, making it easy to add video impact to educational webcasts, web sites, viral marketing campaigns, and many other applications.