Civilian and Defense Agencies Continue to Choose VBrick; Key Products Being Demonstrated at the National Guard Bureau Joint C41 and GovComm Conferences
Enterprise IP video leader, VBrick Systems, today delivers further evidence of its leadership role by enabling adoption of IP video in additional Federal civilian and defense agencies. More Federal organizations rely on VBrick for end-to-end IP video solutions than any other streaming video provider. Some prominent Federal organizations that have recently signed with VBrick include:
— US Immigration Custom and Enforcement (ICE) – ICE is the principal investigative arm of Homeland Security and the second largest investigative agency in the federal government. ICE uses VBrick’s video management system to distribute video to more than 200 sites for official communications, training and television distribution including “ICETV.”
— Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA) – DODEA is a worldwide school network for the children of families working for the Department of Defense. DODEA uses VBrick solutions to manage live and stored television, as well as training and educational content that is distributed to desktops and plasma displays.
— National Science Foundation (NSF) — NSF is the independent Federal agency responsible for promoting progress in science and healthcare. NSF purchased VBrick’s video content management and distribution solution to provide an internal video communications platform.
— Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) — BAMC is at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio and is part of the United States Army Medical Command. It is a University of Texas Health Science Center and teaching hospital. BAMC uses VBrick solutions for management and distribution of live and stored video content including: training sessions, special events broadcasts, television distribution and surgical procedures.
— Keesler Medical Hospital – Keesler Medical Hospital is one of the largest Air Force Medical facilities and hosts the 81st Training Wing. The hospital uses VBrick solutions to manage and distribute video-based visitor information content to 40 digital signage players.
National Guard Bureau Joint C41 Conference and GovComm
This announcement comes just as VBrick heads into two important tradeshows for the public sector: The National Guard Bureau Joint C4I Conference, October 31 — November 2, in Orlando, Florida; and GovComm, November 1-2, in Washington, DC.
At both events, VBrick will be demonstrating its end–to-end portfolio of IP video solutions. As noted above, these are comprehensive solutions that have proven themselves in both civilian and military applications. Show attendees will learn firsthand about VBrick’s renowned encoding appliances, VEMS Mystro, VBrick’s enterprise media management system and VBrick’s video distribution elements. People will be able to watch as these solutions deliver live and stored content to traditional PCs/MACs, flat screen displays, digital signage and a number of industry standard mobile devices
“The Federal Government is focused on deploying technologies that enable civilian and military staff to work more effectively and more securely. Whether it is video training tools, threat identification, or policy and procedure notification, VBrick is helping agencies & departments realize how IP video can help how government personnel communicate, train, educate and conduct surveillance with unprecedented ease and effectiveness,” said John Bowman, Director of Federal Operations, VBrick Systems. “VBrick can deliver HD quality video content to almost any display, fixed or mobile — even in a UC client like Lync — anywhere in the world,” he added.
About VBrick Systems, Inc.
VBrick is the leader in Enterprise IP Video, with over 9,000 corporate, education and government customers and 60,000 installations worldwide. VBrick solutions work over standard IP networks and the Internet to enable the creation, publishing and distribution of rich media content. Our comprehensive streaming solutions are used in a wide range of live and on-demand applications including meeting and event broadcasts, employee collaboration, distributed learning, digital signage, TV distribution, and video surveillance. Headquartered in Wallingford, CT, VBrick’s products and services are available through industry-leading value-added resellers. For more information, visit www.vbrick.com.
For more information contact:
VBrick Systems, Inc.
Mary Maguire, +1-203-303-0224
mary.maguire [at] vbrick.com
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