Vitec introduces the Optibase MGW Nano encoder at IBC 2012

by Staff Reporter | August 14th, 2012 | 1 Comment

Vitec, a provider of digital video, will be featuring at, IBC 2012, new products and systems for OTT, mobile streaming, proxy recording, video asset management & archiving. The company will also feature encoding, decoding and conversion solutions.

Vitec’s Optibase MGW Nano is an industrial-grade, MPEG H.264 portable encoding and streaming appliance for portable and stationary applications. Based on the MGW Micro Premium Encoder, the MGW Nano is designed for low latency dissemination of HD and SD video sources with metadata in where footprint is critical.

The Optibase MGW Nano reportedly packs a hardware-based encoding and streaming engine offering superior video quality in an ultra-small footprint (36mmH x 139mmW x 118mmD) that can be hand-carried in a battlefield, mounted in a vehicle or used in a stationary rack mount environment. The unit’s hardware-based Vitec video compression engine reportedly encodes and streams HD and SD sources in under 65 milliseconds, making it the most compact, professional-grade H.264 AVC encoder in the market, optimised for tactical video and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions.

The MGW Nano delivers reliability, security and robustness needed for mission critical ingest and dissemination of Full Motion Video (FMV), fully secure end-to-end IP video delivery with its built in AES-256/128-bit encryption and optional metadata information, generating MISB and STANAG compliant streams.

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