Brickcom introduces multiple streaming

Hsinchu, Taiwan

Brickcom is launching its latest multiple stream technology that allows a single camera to send out multiple streams simultaneously, providing users with a maximum of 5 live views for different types of applications. The development of Brickcom new multiple stream technology strongly increases the camera’s flexibility as well as adaptability.

With Brickcom multiple stream technology, users are able to optimise video quality, bandwidth and storage space; moreover, users can enjoy the mobility that multiple streams allow to use various devices to connect with the camera offering convenience and the facility to always be able to access up-to-date information. Brickcom camera embedded multiple stream technology is able to connect with NVRs, smart phones or other mobile devices without the need for a separate camera. Furthermore, each stream could be enabling various different functions, such as ROI (Region of Interest) or NVR live view etc.

Brickcom multiple stream technology allows users to achieve a high surveillance performance for their respective channel requirements without affecting other streams. The technology benefits users not only from the functional multitasking surveillance view point but also by allocating bandwidth to each stream to obtain suitable video resolution and quality. Brickcom multiple stream technology intelligently manages the streams based on the user needs and also creates adaptive streams consumable on various kinds of device whilst still maintaining effective image quality.  The whole package provides a much more user-friendly surveillance environment making it easier for everyone concerned.

The Brickcom high performance and resolution camera series supports multiple stream technology.


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