LifeSize is collaborating with VBrick to promote our shared vision to deliver the highest quality video communication solution with the lowest total cost of ownership on the market today.
LifeSize UVC Video Center, paired with VBrick solutions, offers a streaming solution that is far superior to anything else on the market today. Customers can more efficiently stream content across disparate networks to thousands of users and integrate streaming into their unified communications environments. LifeSize and VBrick together provide a complete solution for large-scale video distribution, including multicast, multisite, Internet delivery, content management and distribution, auto-publishing and live streaming and recording.
The LifeSize UVC Video Center API supports integration with the VBrick enterprise IP video platform solutions to enable content management, distribution and integration with unified communications platforms such as Microsoft OCS and Microsoft SharePoint.
Why VBrick and LifeSize?
Combination of Best-of-Breed Solutions
- LifeSize video conferencing provides unparalleled performance, highest quality of experience and lowest total cost of ownership
- LifeSize UVC Video Center provides industry-leading functionality to auto-publish, stream and record video conferences from multiple sites
- VBrick IP video streaming solutions provide the industry’s most reliable end-to-end solution that incorporates all of the key elements to stream video to any network location and endpoint
True Product Integration
- VBrick and LifeSize have integrated the Lifesize UVC Video Center with the VBrick Enterprise Media System (VEMS)
- VEMS can automatically list live and on-demand video from the LifeSize UVC Video Center in its portal interface
- VBrick’s Distributed Media Engine (DME) and VBrick Online Streaming Services (VBoss) distribute video to multiple enterprise locations and the Internet
Unified Communications Integration
- LifeSize endpoints can communicate with Microsoft Lync clients and Skype clients
- VBrick video streams can be embedded into Microsoft Lync/OCS clients, SharePoint and Learning Management Systems (LMS)