Haivision Kraken IP Video Transcoder

Haivision debuted its Kraken Enterprise and Kraken ISR transcoding solutions at the 2011 NAB Show.
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Haivision Kraken IP Video Transcoder

May 23, 2011 4:21 PM

Haivision debuted its Kraken Enterprise and Kraken ISR realtime low-latency transcoding solutions at the 2011 NAB Show. Optimized for high-efficiency, low-latency performance, the Kraken systems are ideal for demanding video delivery applications within the education, enterprise, and military markets. Both models include compression format conversion, media scaling, stream encryption, stream encapsulation, and stream replication capabilities. The Kraken Enterprise tames large, volatile IP video streams—such as those typical to digital video broadcasts—converting them into IP video streams that can easily be networked and formatted to reach all authorized users, whether via set-top box, desktop, or mobile device. The Kraken IS R addresses specific challenges within the military intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance (ISR) segment, offering not only low latency, but also MIS P-compliant metadata handling. Price: NA www.haivision.com

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