Velocix adds Support for Adobe Flash Media Server 3 across its Global Digital Asset Delivery Network
Cambridge, UK and San Francisco, USA — April 17, 2008 — Velocix (www.velocix.com), a leading Digital Asset Delivery Network, today announced support of Adobe Flash Media Server 3 through the Flash Video Streaming Service program.
Adobe Flash Media Server 3 is now deployed throughout the Velocix network, to provide support for H.264 and VP6-S High Definition live and on demand streaming, to audiences around the globe. Velocix will support the real-time encryption protocol, RTMPe and SWF Verification, which helps protect high value media assets.
“We strive to provide content owners and broadcasters with the most comprehensive set of delivery services for large digital assets, such as video. The new advanced capabilities of Adobe Flash Media Server 3 are a natural complement to our leading edge Digital Asset Delivery Network,” said Phill Robinson, Chief Executive Officer at Velocix. “We continue to see increasing demand from our customers for high-quality live and on-demand streaming to Flash. As a result, we are excited to extend our partnership with Adobe at this time to offer our customers High Definition video streaming services and the next generation experience they crave.”
“The Velocix Digital Asset Delivery Network provides a reliable and highly scalable solution for delivering live and on-demand Adobe Flash streaming solutions to worldwide audiences,” said Bill Rusitzky, director of strategic alliances at Adobe. “We are pleased that Velocix will be offering video streaming from Flash Media Server 3 so quickly and we look forward to working with them to extend the new features and benefits”.
The Velocix Network is designed to enable content owners, studios, and broadcasters to deliver video and other large digital assets, such as software, games video and audio over the web, with unprecedented performance, breakthrough economics and an asset delivery lifecycle management system that provides content owners the control, analytics and reporting they need to manage their asset libraries through the digital distribution chain.