Haivision Systems Announces Agreement to Acquire CineMassive Displays

July 9, 2021

Haivision Systems announced a definitive agreement to acquire CineMassive Displays; Haivision will combine low-latency live video with real-time secure data sources and communication elements to provide customers with a single-vendor solution for situational awareness. Based in Atlanta, CineMassive has 62 employees and had approximate revenues of US$20 million in 2020. It develops visual collaboration technology […]

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Haivision Buys LightFlow Media Technologies

October 31, 2019

Haivision just announced the acquisition of a company you’ve probably never heard of but have certainly seen its work: LightFlow Media Technologies. This Haivision Lightflow Media acquisition adds artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies to Haivision’s portfolio for content-aware video encoding, content indexing and object detection, as well as optimization of video contribution, distribution […]

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HaiVision Updates Makito X Video Encoder with New Recording and Storage Capabilities

June 13, 2015

Haivision is updating the Makito X video encoder with new recording and storage options to simultaneously stream and capture hours of HD video. The Makito X encoder transports the live video at the lowest bitrates over any network. Building on the legacy of this award-winning technology, the Makito X now optionally includes 250 GB of […]

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New Haivision Media Gateway Is for Live Video Contribution, Monitoring and Distribution over the Internet

February 12, 2015

Enterprises, broadcasters and houses of worship now have a low cost way to bridge remote video infrastructures. Launched at ISE 2015, the Haivision Media Gateway is a video streaming solution that gathers and distributes video streams to and from multiple locations, giving organizations a cost-effective alternative to satellite or MPLS networks for live video transport. […]

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Haivision Adds SRT to Makito Series

February 20, 2014

Haivision’s Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) technology is now included on all Makito X Series encoders and decoders. Haivision’s SRT is a transport technology that they claim optimizes streaming performance across unpredictable networks like the Internet.  But, when you look up the tech specs or go to their website to learn more about SRT, nothing exists […]

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A Visit With Primeview (And Others!)

February 11, 2014

Today marked the official grand opening of Primeview’s New York showroom. Primeview, for those not familiar with them, are a manufacturer of commercial flat panel displays, focusing on video-walls, digital signage and interactive applications. For their demo space they partnered with several of the manufacturers with whom they work on projects: Haivision, Vista Systems, TVOne, […]

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Haivision Updates InStream Mobile for iOS and Android Live Video Streaming

December 2, 2013

Havision has released the latest version of InStream Mobile, which brings iPad, iPhone and Android users live, high definition video streaming on their mobile devices. Supporting end-to-end latency of less than 500 milliseconds for 1080p60 video (when coupled with Haivision’s Makito X HD H.264 encoder), InStream Mobile is designed for live collaboration in mission critical […]

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Haivision Video Cloud Goes Live; Simplifies Online Video

April 4, 2013

Haivision today announced the launch of the Haivision Video Cloud, which simplifies the complexity of live and on-demand video workflows by providing an end-to-end media platform. Haivision’s online video platform provides a complete solution for companies to engage their audiences with dynamic media content, regardless of network or device. The Haivision Video Cloud simplifies the […]

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Haivision Launches New H.264 Encoding Platform With Makito X Series

November 14, 2012

Haivision today announced its “next-generation” H.264 video encoding platform, the Makito X Series. Haivision says the Makito X Series offers a six-fold increase in encoding power that delivers high quality HD video using half of the bandwidth of comparable encoders. The Makito X2, a dual channel low-latency HD-SDI H.264 encoder, is the first Haivision product […]

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Haivision Debuts CoolSign 5

June 13, 2012

Haivision today announced CoolSign 5.0, the latest version of its digital signage system. CoolSign 5.0 brings IP video to digital signage by integrating with Haivision’s Furnace within the CoolSign player. CoolSign claims 5.0 is the only digital signage solution for a facility that can incorporate broadcast content without copy risk — a critical requirement of […]

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Haivision Integrates Intel’s Anonymous Viewer Analytics

February 23, 2012

Haivision recently announced an integration of its CoolSign digital signage solution with the Intel Audience Impression Metrics Suite (Intel AIM Suite) to deliver a new audience detection solution. With the Intel AIM Suite integration, CoolSign now offers sensor technology for anonymous viewer analytics to enable intelligent digital signage installations that deliver relevant, real-time content to […]

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HaiVision’s New MAKITO Is HD H.264 Video Encoding with Component and DVI Inputs

February 4, 2010

HaiVision launched their latest MAKITO, an HD H.264 encoder that now supports both component analog and DVI inputs.  HaiVision says the MAKITO delivers low latency, full frame rate H.264 encoding of high definition video up to 1080p60, or computer graphics resolutions up to 1280×1024 (SXGA). For more info, to go:  http://www.haivision.com/products/makito

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