The Edgeware Distributed Video Delivery Network (D-VDN) is a unified framework for video delivery that provides a simple and highly scalable platform to deliver next generation video services with the highest Quality of Experience (QoE) to any screen, independent of the underlying network infrastructure.
It also creates the opportunity to generate new revenue from existing network infrastructures.
The D-VDN is made up of two main components, closely integrated to form a coherent and integrated architecture: the Orbit hardware and the Convoy VDN.
The Convoy VDN System
The distributed asset propagation, delivery and management system at the heart of the Edgeware D-VDN. Provides the interconnection system between the individual distributed servers that enable them to become a complete video delivery system.
The Orbit hardware platform
The purpose built Orbit hardware meets and exceeds the most stringent requirements for distributed implementation in a carrier or operators network. Available in 3 distinct product sets:
Orbit 3020 - The New Universal Video Server Platform
Combines all available Edgeware functionality, plus updated interface technology, additional memory up to 24TB and a more flexible processor complex, all with the same small 1U form factor and low power consumption (85W peak) as the Orbit-2X.
Orbit-2X/2G - On-Demand IPTV Server
A focused solution providing advanced and highly scalable IPTV services such as Video on Demand (VOD), Time-shift TV and nPVR, primarily to cable and telco operators.
WTV-2X/2G - OTT Video Streaming Server
A focused solution for content providers to offer over the top (OTT) services, and for network owners to offer premium multi screen OTT services, as well as wholesale or retail video CDN services.