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HaiVision GV Expo 2008 Show Preview

GV Expo 2008 Show Preview
HaiVision
Booth 418

Company Overview:

HaiVision Systems Inc. is the world’s leading manufacturer of performance H.264 video encoding solutions for HD and SD. HaiVision supplies to top telepresence companies, broadcasters, medical companies, and audio visual systems integrators with interactive video and performance streaming products. HaiVision has achieved the majority market share in the telepresence sector and has products with almost 10 years of continuous service in large telecom-style deployments. HaiVision focuses on multi-stream product solutions that operate with the lowest end to end latencies available with the highest picture quality. HaiVision’s products are designed as fully embedded systems achieving telecom-grade reliability.

HaiVision at GV Expo 2008:

HaiVision will highlight its full line of low-latency H.264 encoders and codecs for government applications. From command suites to video backhaul, milliseconds matter.

PIRANHA Video/METAData Encoder — New Product Launch at GV EXPO
HaiVision’s new PIRANHA H.264 encoders have been designed to deliver low-latency video/audio encoding with metadata handling for mission-critical performance network video applications. Specifically designed for video with data and related video backhaul over terrestrial and satellite networks, the PIRANHA accepts data over standard serial interfaces or data within the video stream (line 21) and injects this data within the network video transport stream for synchronized video and data transmission. The PIRANHA delivers standard-definition encoding performance at under 180 milliseconds of latency and is available with composite, s-video, and SDI interfaces. The PIRANHA is available in a compact 1U single stream appliance or a 3U appliance supporting up to five encoder channels.

MAKO-HD
HaiVision’s MAKO-HD delivers an unparalleled 70 milliseconds of latency from end to end and supports HD up to 1080p. The MAKO-HD also supports computer output encoding to H.264, at up to 1280×768 resolution and 60 frames per second, ideal for command and control applications. With advanced features such as WXGA encoding, multiple stream output, HiLo streaming, Adobe Flash® compatibility, and traffic shaping, the MAKO is ideal for any network video challenge over LAN, WAN, or satellite. The MAKO-HD is supported within HaiVision’s hai1000™ multi-stream codec system — the world’s premier codec for telepresence applications.

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