VideoShip systems are deployed over proprietary and robust core CDN technologies, honed by years of operational use by some of the world’s leading media companies.
VideoShip CDN supports concurrent delivery of content over diverse network segments. This permits deployment of hybrid networks combining the reach and scalability of satellite multicast with the reliability of two-way Internet communications.
VideoShip offers comprehensive system solutions that can include development, administrative services, shared infrastructure, and 24/7 user-level technical support
Established in 2004 by veterans of the data broadcast and cable industries, VideoShip draws on the rich experience of its core engineering and design teams to deploy innovative, mission critical solutions for high profile clients in the cable and broadcast industries.
An employee-owned corporation with offices in Ottawa and Dublin, VideoShip provides 24/7 support to our major customers from our Network Operations Center situated in Pensacola, Florida.
VideoShip has been managing video distribution for NBC News Channel to its worldwide affiliate base since 2007. The NBC system is a hybrid network, deploying VideoShip’s reliable satellite multicast as the primary delivery method, supported by an Internet back channel used to retrieve missing multicast packets and confirm successful reception. Terrestrial distribution is used to service sites outside the satellite footprint, or which are having reception issues due to bad weather.
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Ottawa tech firm VideoShip Enterprises Ltd., a global leader in advanced video workflow, distribution and archiving services for the broadcast, film and cable industries, has launched their iNet.Live technology with the Latin American News Alliance (AIL) www.ailnews.tv. INet.Live is a cost effective, turnkey solution for the real-time exchange of broadcast-quality live feeds amongst television organizations worldwide,… View Article
https://obj.ca/article/ottawas-videoship-breaks-down-tech-and-language-barriers-china Even as it helps clients around the world break down technological barriers to the swift flow of information, Ottawa’s VideoShip faces its own share of hurdles that can bog down communication with those very customers. The Richmond Road firm makes software that helps broadcasters, including major U.S. organizations such as CNN and NBC, quickly… View Article