The Viper™ is a fully integrated standalone appliance for capturing, streaming, reviewing, distributing and publishing multi-stream HD content. Ideally suited for training, skills assessment and detailed presentations, the Viper is available either as a standalone appliance or as a companion contribution appliance for Haivision’s Furnace IP video distribution system.
The Viper combines the power of dual channel real-time HD H.264 encoding, performance recording, a streaming server, a multi-stream player manager, and a video-on-demand (VOD) server in a single appliance with simple touch operation.
With Viper’s user-centric interface, setting up, streaming, recording and publishing your rich media event has never been easier. A single operator can deliver multiple streams of HD throughout a facility, across a campus, or over the Internet with a few simple taps on the Viper’s touchscreen. There is no need to rely on any central server infrastructure, no endpoint player to install and no specific browser technology is required. A simple link is all you need to securely enable any user with real-time, multi-stream live or on-demand synchronized HD.
The Viper is an easy- to-deploy, highly portable appliance. With all of its capabilities, the Viper remains small, compact and easy to transport so that you can start to capture, stream, record and share your live video content from anywhere to anyone.
As a companion contribution appliance for the Haivision Furnace IP video system, you can establish standalone conditional access or inherit user privileges from the Furnace for secure media distribution.
The University of Agder (UiA) is spread across two campuses in the coastal towns of Kristiansand and Grimstad in Norway. UiA is the fourth largest university in Norway, with close to 10,000 students, and more than 1,000 administration, faculty and service staff. Having two campuses, UiA requires many of its professors to drive over 46km between them to deliver lectures, over an hour round-trip. Haivision’s Viper allows Agder to link both campuses together, streaming live lectures in both directions.