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HaiVision’s TelePresence Codec Technology helps Church For All Nations Unite Campuses

June 17, 2008 – HaiVision Systems Inc. (Montreal, Canada), the world’s leading vendor of performance H.264 network video codecs, announces that Church For All Nations, Colorado Springs, has installed hai1000 telepresence codec technology to join their 3 remote congregations with the central facility during worship.

“The HaiVision systems deliver an amazing experience for our members. The hai1000 makes it possible for us to have a one-church feel with campuses over 400 miles away.? explains Pastor David Cowart, who is responsible for the church’s media services. “Our goal with this equipment is to eliminate the distance between where our pastor actually preaches from and our satellite campuses. We want to expand the walls of the church to envelop a community that, without this technology, we could not.?

The hai1000 enables clear and fluid audio video communication amongst the church’s facilities. Unlike broadcast systems that introduce significant latency or conferencing systems that struggle to provide acceptable video quality, HaiVision’s hai1000 delivers pristine quality video between locations with negligible delay so that remote interaction is natural and stunningly realistic.

The hai1000 is the most widely used codec system in telepresence. It has a unique multi-channel architecture allowing many sources to be managed within a single system. Reducing transmission delay and assuring audio video synchronization is critical when creating any compelling communication environment. HaiVision has always focused on quality, reliability, and performance, and with the new MAKO-HD codec, delivers an unprecedented 70 milliseconds of end to end latency with perfect audio video sync.

See HaiVision and the MAKO-HD codec this week at InfoComm – Booth C2443.

For complete information on the MAKO-HD and hai1000 products, please visit HaiVision’s download center at http://www.haivision.com/account/downloads/.

About HaiVision Systems Inc.
Based in Montreal, Canada, HaiVision Systems Inc. is a private company and a world leader in delivering the most advanced video networking technology. HaiVision’s products are deployed worldwide within the foremost telepresence suites and boardrooms, in healthcare facilities for video collaboration and training, for continuous presence distance education and remote learning, and within broadcast for remote interviews, IPTV, and content distribution.

For further information, please contact:
Peter Maag
HaiVision Systems Inc.
Tel: (514) 334-5445
Email: pmaag@haivision.com
Web: www.haivision.com

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