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ViewCast Releases Low-Priced Streaming Appliance

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PLANO, TX--ViewCast releases the Niagara 2100, the low-priced video streaming appliance with an MSRP of $3,995.00. This latest addition to ViewCast's line of Niagara video streaming appliances offers ease-of-use while providing professional-grade value for government agencies, business enterprises, and others who want to stream video over IP and mobile networks. The Niagara 2100 captures, encodes, and streams video with plug-and-play simplicity via a Web interface. While the encoder includes many of the same features found in ViewCast's professional-grade streaming appliances, its programmable streaming profiles and convenient front-panel display allow educators, IT professionals, and government officials to quickly and easily encode video for reliable live and on-demand streaming.



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