Motorola unveils video streaming blade

Published: September 12th, 2008

Motorola Inc. has announced two video streaming products as part of its adaptive media management (AMM) line.

The Schaumberg, Ill.-based wireless manufacturer said its IDM2000 media blade is a hybrid solid-state ingest and streaming module that supports advanced video services and supports DRAM and Flash memory. It is scheduled to ship next year.

The CPS1000 cluster manager, which is designed to optimize storage, streaming and network resources, is part of the on demand solution system release 4.0 (SR 4.0). Available now, the SR 4.0 supports the H.264 standard, Tandberg Openstream 4.0 and has a chaptering feature designed to give a DVD-like experience to video on demand customers.

The AMM technology is designed to support video on demand, time-shifted television and on-demand advertising.

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