Edgeware Consolidates Video Platforms

Sept. 13, 2014
At IBC in Amsterdam, Edgeware announced its new Video Consolidation Platform (VCP), intended to reduce the infrastructure costs and ...
At IBC in Amsterdam, Edgeware announced its new Video Consolidation Platform (VCP), intended to reduce the infrastructure costs and duplication associated with multiscreen TV and video services. VCP is designed as a single, consolidated solution for all device types and services.

Edgeware's new VCP builds on its Distributed Video Delivery Network (D-VDN) product for caching and streaming to any device type from unified servers and control software. The product is incorporated into the new platform as the VCP Edge. The new platform also extends the solution to include origin servers, called the VCP Origin.

The recording, caching and delivery technology are moved to the headend to accelerate the storage, streaming and recording functions traditionally associated with origin delivery, and to supplement them with repackaging, load balancing, delivery to any CDN and playout via Edgeware's Orbit servers.

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