Haivision Exhibits at MEDICA in Germany
Haivision will feature its range of advanced IP video solutions for the medical development and technology market at this year’s MEDICA 2012 show including: the Makito™ H.264 1080p60 high performance encoder, low-latency InStream™ Mobile HD media player for mobile devices such as the Apple® iPad®, the Viper™ dual HD channel recording and streaming appliance, and the Furnace™ end-to-end IP video distribution system. Haivision solutions allow for the secure connection between the surgical and interventional rooms and to an unlimited number of locations and clinicians for real-time video collaboration and teaching events.
Haivision End-to-End IP Video Solutions at MEDICA 2012
InStream Mobile —The low latency HD media player for mobile devices is now available for iOS as a free application in the Apple® App StoreSM and available for the Android in late November 2012 from the Google Play™ Store or the Haivision download center (www.haivision.com). InStream™ Mobile is a highly advanced and easy-to-use player for HD video delivery in applications that require the lowest end-to-end delay from source to viewer.
Makito — The popular H.264 1080p60 performance encoder with an incredible 55 milliseconds of encoding latency and AES encryption, often used in conjunction with the Furnace™ end-to-end IP video system, now features higher density and higher quality.
Viper — The Viper™ dual HD channel recording and streaming appliance is ideal for advanced lecture capture, rich media streaming, and medical procedure review applications. Viper VF is a companion to the Furnace™ system that is tailored to installations where several rooms require the ability to record independently before publishing assets to a central video-on-demand system. The Viper MAX, a standalone appliance, has also been enhanced by combining the power of Haivision’s acclaimed H.264 encoding technology with the integrated Furnace IP video system.
Furnace — The Furnace™ IP video distribution system provides a complete infrastructure for delivering secure video to any screen within a healthcare facility. With Furnace, medical professionals can record any source, apply metadata, and deliver live or recorded content or video on demand.