Tandberg, a provider of visual communications solutions, offered a new Content Server appliance at NECC. According to the company, the Content Server provides organizations with the capacity to access on-demand video presentations, distance education classes, and professional development training sessions anytime, anywhere. The company said the server makes it easy to manage and distribute live or archived content to any PC in Microsoft Windows Media, Apple QuickTime, and RealPlayer formats. The appliance-based, rack-mountable architecture makes for easy deployment and high reliability, the company said. The Content Server also features live streaming video; archiving of video calls; scheduling and ad hoc call support with dial in and dial out capabilities; content creation anywhere; and support for up to five concurrent videoconferences.

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