As mid-April approaches, many companies are working hard to further improve high definition digital technology. Aspera (News - Alert) will debut new Direct-to-S3 transfer software, while Imagine Communication launched a new ICE Video Platform. Avigilon is continuously improving security software, as Scala improves marketing techniques for retailers. Brightcove is even working to help windmill operators to improve communication and functionality.
Aspera’s President Michelle Munson will debut a new line of Direct-to-S3 transfer software at the NAB 2012 conference. This weekend she will discuss all the new capabilities of the device that is available for public and private cloud environments.
Imagine Communication introduced the ICE Video Platform from IPTV (News - Alert) transcoder. The new platform is approved for both 1.0 and 2.0 versions of Microsoft Mediaroom Internet Protocol TV. It is intended to offer more channels and higher video quality to users. It will also offer additional support to tablets, PCs and smartphones.
Avigilon launched the new H.264 camera technology at the ISC West 2012 expo. The video surveillance equipment and service runs on High-Definition Stream Management (HDSM). To run the H.264 camera, businesses need four times less bandwidth and can even capture footage in poorly lit areas.
Scala introduced the Scala Advanced Analytics for retailers. The analytics system computes customer behavior. Through signage at the point of sale retailers can determine what customers will purchase before the customers do. It is a marketing technique that will positively influence customers’ purchasing behavior.
Emerson (News - Alert) Network Power released its latest switch series designed to protect the most sensitive computer systems. The Switchview 680 and 780 series are the first National Information Assurance Partnership Evaluation Assurance Level 2+ certified eight-port KVM switch series according to the company. The systems allow businesses to access secure and non-secure networks while keeping private data separate. It’s designed for systems such as that of federal agencies.
Brightcove and Alticast (News - Alert) joined forces to bring windmill ecosystems together with cloud-based video. Alticast’s windmills ecosystem will use the Brightcove video performance to incorporate advance operations. The content will then be available, for a low cost, to any user on the home network to further improve operations.