Vantrix Media Platform Supports Vanguard Video V.265 HEVC Codec

10 April 2015
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Vantrix, a global provider of media optimization and delivery solutions to mobile and video service providers, Thursday announced that its open transcoding pipeline Media Platform now supports Vanguard Video's V.265 software codec. Vanguard Video provides broadcast quality H.265/HEVC and H.264 codec technologies to OEMs in a variety of different markets. 

According to Vantrix, its Media Platform is a software-defined video processing, optimization, caching and analytics platform deployed as a turnkey appliance for deployment on-premises or in the cloud. Built on OpenStack for virtualization, including graphics processing, it offers a modular, pluggable and extensible architecture for video transcoding and optimizing media experiences via adaptive bitrate streaming for delivery to TVs, PCs and mobile devices. With virtualization, added Vantrix, a single server can run concurrent applications, such as live and video on demand (VoD) transcoding, DRM encryption, file packaging and streaming, with selectable resource assignments for different uses.

Jean Mayrand, CEO & President, Vantrix Corporation 
Vantrix Media Platform offers an integrated, API-based, open virtualized transcoding solution. Our component-based architecture is open to third-party plug-ins and with new support for the Vanguard HEVC codec, we can enable our customers to deliver even higher quality video at the lowest bitrates.

Raul Diaz, CEO, Vanguard Video 
Vanguard Video V.265 offers superior quality and performance for video transcoding. Now that the Vantrix Media Platform supports our SDK, customers now have even more ways to experience our industry-leading quality advancements.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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