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Huawei Unveils New-Generation Recording and Streaming Engine
Huawei announces the introduction of the RSE6500 1080p, 60 frames per second (fps) video conference recording and streaming engine, which enables recordings for point-to-point or multipoint calls, live streaming, and mobile Video-on-Demand (VoD) anytime, anywhere. The RSE6500 meets today's requirements for stable, full-HD capabilities that can be integrated with third-party systems to support a wide range of secure, high-quality video conferencing applications for future expansion.
Recording and streaming with the latest enhancements
The Huawei RSE6500 reaches a wider video conferencing audience -- ranging from government agencies and educational institutions to medical organizations and large enterprises -- with advanced features to make high-capacity recordings of multi-group concurrent conferences, view live streams and recorded video on any endpoints, anytime, anywhere. Many users are replacing their traditional video conference recording servers because of drawbacks such as weak performance in concurrent recording, lack of backup mechanisms, poor stability, and low resolution.
Concurrent recording, live streaming, and VoD capabilities cater to high-capacity recording demands
The RSE6500 offers dual 1080p60, concurrent, high-capacity recording that can deliver local recordings of full-HD video conferences. A single RSE6500 supports up to 30 dual-1080p60 recordings in conference rooms, classrooms, and operating rooms; 20 live streams; and 2,000 concurrent Web viewers using mobile phones, PCs, or tablets.
Security-ensured backup mechanisms
The RSE6500 assures secure, reliable communication using multiple backup mechanisms so that valuable video is preserved for later use. The system even has a backup codec chip and a 1+1 hot spare for the power supply and hard disk, guaranteeing continuous operation in case of any possible device failure.
The recording server can be connected to external storage devices using IP SAN and NAS with assurance that recorded content is securely protected and resource utilization is optimized. The Huawei RSE6500 supports tiered permission management, allowing only authorized users to view critical video.
Easy access with mobile Web play based on HTML5
The Huawei RSE6500 supports VoD based on HTML5 technology or through a built-in player, with selection of a play mode that suits the user's browser. In addition to live streaming and VoD on traditional video conferencing endpoints, users can directly access IP addresses of recorder servers to view live video and on-demand video anytime, anywhere without plug-ins on mobile phones, tablets, or PCs.
The RSE6500's VoD features greatly simplify future access to content for conference presentations or educational courses. Information can be shared across larger groups of people to boost communication and productivity, greatly enhancing the utilization of video communication systems.
User-friendly video management facilitates video sharing
In today's multimedia world, users often need to share more information than conference recording. The Huawei RSE6500 provides multiple video management functions, including video uploading, setting hotspots, and data storage.
Users can upload documents as required -- an especially useful capability for education. Teachers can upload planned lessons and teaching videos for students, who can download and view the content on-demand.
In the meanwhile, Huawei video conferencing recording solution supports document preview and key message index, which enables users to preview the content picture and text index where the cursor hovers so that users can quickly locate the desired video from a mass of VoD and live streams.
Open standards support enables third-party integration
The Huawei RSE6500 recording and streaming engine provides standard Application Programming Interface (API) and streaming media interfaces for integration with streaming media or IPTV systems. The RSE6500 also enables use of third-party service management systems to bring tomorrow's video features to users today.
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