The software-based CodecSys Media Server from Broadcast International streams media content from one unified source to multiple clients and devices for a complete "TV Anywhere" solution.

The server, being demonstrated for the first time at NAB next week, “was developed to extend and enhance a broadcaster’s content delivery options, opening new over-the-top (OTT) television opportunities to the myriad new video-capable devices, including PCs, cell phones, tablets, set top boxes and smart TVs,” the company says.

According to company literature, the CodecSys Media Server “provides multiplexing and streaming of live and on-demand HD-quality video content over the Internet using adaptive bitrate streaming. Picture quality is adjusted to bandwidth availability in real-time to ensure fluid service delivery and images that are always of the highest quality relative to the available bandwidth.”

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