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Traditional backup processes rely on a central media server to transfer data across a LAN or SAN to tape.
With over seven years of vision and product development, we now can demonstrate the real power of our core media servers to the world.
Cognitronics Corporation (AMEX: CGN), a leading provider of innovative media server and conferencing solutions, today announced that it has completed its reincorporation in Delaware and the change of the company's name to ThinkEngine Networks, Inc.
The corrected release reads: ABI RESEARCH FORECASTS MEDIA SERVER PC CATEGORY TO EXCEED $44 BILLION BY 2011 The growth in digital entertainment content and the maturing of key industry initiatives for media networking are fueling the popularity of digital media servers in the home, according to a new study from ABI Research.
Advanced reservationless conferencing and collaboration services developed by West Corporation's application development teams will use Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Media Server Markup Language (MSML) protocols to integrate and control Convedia media servers, which will provide audio bridging, transcoding, and personalized multimedia mixing capabilities, with superior economics compared to existing TDM-based audio conferencing equipment.
Cantata Technology(TM), the world's leading independent provider of enabling communications technology, announced today that Infonetics Research, an international market research and consulting firm, has named it the media server market share leader for Q1 2006 in its "Service Provider Next Generation Voice and IMS Equipment Market Forecast.
The report, which defines a media server as a hard drive-based platform with media sharing software linked via a home network, finds that demand- and supply-side drivers will spur the growth of these media centralization platforms over the next five years.
Convedia has responded to these challenges with new IP media processing hardware and embedded software technology, while making the new technology fully backwards compatible with existing Convedia media server deployments.