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Press Releases 2010
Panasonic and Haivision Partner to Deliver a Fully-Integrated, All-In-One, CoolSign-Enabled Digital Signage Solution
Combination of Panasonic’s LCD displays and Haivision’s CoolSign management software create an ideal solution for the digital signage market.
Haivision Appoints Andy Vaughan Vice President U.S. Federal Sales, Expands Team to Meet Growth Demands
Haivision has appointed Andy Vaughan as Vice President U.S. Federal Sales. He’ll be expanding the team to meet the demands of industry growth.
Haivision Launches CoolSign “Campus Signage Unlimited” Program to Empower Educational Institutions in Delivering Graphics and Video
Haivision Supports the Adoption of Digital Signage Technology in the Educational Market With USD$19,500 Unlimited Site Licensing of CoolSign Software and Players
Haivision now uniquely provides the industry with best-in-class video streaming, IPTV, digital signage, and interactive solutions for every market segment.
Haivision Furnace IP Video System Eases Delivery of Live Classroom Video to Sites Across University of Maine System
Furnace allows the university to leverage end-to-end IP network for simple, flexible delivery of teaching video to remote sites and students.
Haivision Ranks Within the 50 Fastest Growing Technology Companies in Canada With 354-Percent Growth — Enters Deloitte Technology Fast 50™ List
Haivision Network Video is ranked among the Deloitte Technology Fast 50™, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in Canada.
Haivision Network Video today announced the immediate availability of the Torpedo™ family of DVB-to-IP gateways.
Haivision Furnace™ IP Video Delivery System Enhances Education, Content Sharing at Northwestern University in Qatar
Furnace™ System Simplifies Sharing of Student Content Between Northwestern Campuses, Enables Cost-Effective Video Distribution Throughout Doha Campus MONTREAL and CHICAGO — Aug. 16, 2010 — Haivision Network Video today announced that Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q) is using the Haivision Furnace™ [...]
Haivision Network Video has been shortlisted as a finalist for the CSI Awards 2010, one of the most comprehensive and competitive technology awards.
Europa Network is using the Haivision Furnace™ IP video delivery system, to stream free-to-air (FTA) content from the U.K. over IPTV.
Haivision’s Furnace™ System Enables Simple, Flexible Live IP Video Delivery Campuswide at the University of Chicago
The University of Chicago uses the Haivision Furnace™ IP video delivery system to make live broadcast channels available to most buildings across campus.
Haivision Releases Furnace™ 5.6 IP Video System, Introduces HIPAA Compliance for Medical Market and Video Portal for Education and Enterprise Sectors
Version 5.6 of Haivsion’s Furnace™ IP video system software offers new authentication, web video portal, conditional access features, and more.
Haivision Network Video today announced that it has received a patent for its “zero footprint” InStream™ soft player.
Haivision Supports Live Mobile Broadcast of Match Race Germany in Pioneering Use of 4G LTE Technology
On-Board Video From Race Yachts Encoded by Haivision Makito™, Delivered via 4G LTE Radio Cell, and Decoded by Mako™ for Live Online Broadcast.
Haivision Network Video today announced that its Makito™ HD H.264 video encoder has earned an SCN/InfoComm 2010 Installation Product Award.
Haivision will participate in the Technologies for Worship Pavilion at InfoComm 2010 in partnership with pro A/V expert and integrator Eastgate Productions.
Haivision VP of U.S. commercial sales, Scott Katzenoff, will join industry colleagues to present “Campus Wide IP Video Delivery” at AHECTA in Minneapolis.
New MB6 chassis accepts any combination of Makito encoders and decoders to provide up to six HD 1080p60 channels in a single rack unit form factor.
Haivision Network Video today announced that its VF iControl™ iPhone®/iPad™ application is the recipient of the 2010 STAR Award.
Haivision’s Furnace Gives Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC a Live Window Into Operating Rooms
Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC use the Haivision Furnace video-over-IP system to monitor progress of cardiology surgeries live from anywhere.
Haivision’s VFiControl™ iPhone®/iPad™ App Provides Real-Time Control Over IP Video Recording, Review, and Publishing
Haivision announced its VFiControl technology, an iPhone®/iPad™ application that dramatically simplifies the recording of live events in real time.
Ideal for military, homeland security and law enforcement IP video applications requiring the high resolution, low latency, and bandwidth efficiency.
Eastgate Productions to Showcase HaiVision Encoder Solutions at the 2010 NAB Show Technologies for Worship Pavilion
HaiVision Network Video will participate in the Technologies for Worship Pavilion at the 2010 NAB Show along with integrator Eastgate Productions.
HaiVision Network Video today announced that it is partnering with SKIPA Digital Media to provide live streaming of “A Closet Affair.”
Alzheimer Groupe provides support and educational resources for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, as well as their families, friends, and other loved ones.
New compact set-top box for Furnace IP video systems supports AES decryption, HDMI output, and command and control for central IP video management.
Industry Veteran to Lead Haivision’s Medical Market Efforts
Furnace 5.5 Supports Real-Time Insertion of Time-Based Metadata for Easy Search and Review of Video Assets
Haivision Secures H.264 for IP Streaming With Encryption and Key Exchange Technology
Fiscal Year 2009 Brought 67 Percent Revenue Increase and Record Profitability
High-Performance Compact HD H.264 Encoding Platform Delivers Low-Latency Computer Content and HD IP Video
NC State University has selected Haivision Network Video’s Video Furnace end-to-end video-over-IP as a replacement for its CATV system
Company Executives to Present on Application of TelePresence Principles and IP Video Delivery in the Corporate Environment