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VBrick Systems Rides High On The Enterprise Video Promise

VBrick emerges as the 2009 market leader in the enterprise video streaming solutions segment based on Frost & Sullivan's latest research

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Recent research from Frost & Sullivan on the video transcoders market finds that the robust demand for video-based applications across enterprise segments has fuelled more than 20 percent annual growth in 2008 in the enterprise video transcoders market. Frost & Sullivan expects this market, despite being challenged by the economy, to grow at a healthy double digit compound annual growth rate from 2009 to 2015.

While the market features a number of vendors all vying for leadership status, Frost & Sullivan has concluded that VBrick Systems leads the market in providing Enterprise Video Streaming Solutions. "Few vendors have a robust suite of solutions that can enable acquisition to delivery of live and on-demand video over local area as well as wide area networks," says Vidya S. Nath, Senior Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. "VBrick Systems has been one of a few companies to realize the opportunity in this market and has consistently grown and evolved with products to solve the segment's challenges."

Reaching the largest audience necessary in the most efficient manner is paramount for organizations looking at controlling costs in today's troubled economy. Enterprise video applications are now increasingly seen as a "must have" by organizations across verticals looking at communicating critical messages to facilitate effective communication within the enterprise and with external stakeholders.

Similarly, the ubiquity of broadband access and inexpensive means of video acquisition have led to a proliferation of video usage within other segments as well, such as government and public agencies, education, healthcare, hospitality, religious institutions, and the like.

However, to easily create and deliver high-quality video content across various applications, and broadcast it to a myriad set of devices, enterprises need to deploy an efficient suite of solutions at the back-end.

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