Polycom announced the RSS 2000, a network server that enables customers to record, stream and archive multimedia content on demand. The Polycom Readi Streaming Server 2000 helps enterprise customers access recorded multimedia content — including presentations, interviews, demonstrations, or training materials. It supports recording, archiving, streaming and H323 playback of high definition video content, and is integrated in the end-to-end Polycom video communications product portfolio.
The Polycom RSS integration with Polycom VSX video conferencing systems and Polycom MGC unified conferencing bridges lets users start, stop pause, etc. Management, monitoring and customization options are accessible using standard Polycom MGC software management tools or a web-based interface. Users can record high-quality multimedia conferences (up to H.264 30 frames per second) with synchronized voice, video and content (point-to-point and multipoint), as well as stream live or archived content to audiences worldwide through the Internet. The server can store up to 600 hours of recorded content, which is then accessible over the Internet using common media players software, including: Microsoft Office Windows Media Player and RealPlayer.
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