Cisco, Red Bee Media to Bring Advanced Video to Media Companies

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By Neil Zawacki
Updated: June 17, 2011

Cisco, Red Bee Media to Bring Advanced Video to Media Companies

Cisco and Red Bee Media have announced that they will be working together to create RedPlayer (TM), a new method for providing digital media through streaming video players and video-on-demand portals.

RedPlayer will be a scalable solution for digital media that is designed for users who have specific needs in regard to the level of content, security, cost encryption, quality, and availability on multiple devices. It will also feature an innovative user interface design, multi-platform content preparation, and digital rights enhancement and content protection services.

The RedPlayer portfolio will include the Cisco Videoscape Media Suite, a software platform that is designed to power multi-content digital media services. The media suite includes the Content Management System (CMS), Publisher (a specialized method for producing multilevel content feeds), and Entitlement (a set of tools to configure and implement the content access rules.)

The portfolio will also include the Videoscape(TM) Soft Client, a video streaming player that uses the Videoscape cloud platform to distribute and manage complex media bundles. This video streaming player is available for the PC and Mac and comes with a world class reference user interface (UI/UX) and numerous display and playback features.

Other products to be included in the portfolio are Media Management Services, Content Publication Service, Creative Services, Content Management Services, Monetization Services, and Client Technologies.

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