Magna Systems partners with VideoFlow in Australia
Tue 14, 04 2020
SYDNEY, 14 April 2020 – Magna Systems & Engineering has signed a channel partner agreement with VideoFlow, the secure video delivery over IP specialists and will now represent and sell all VideoFlow products and solutions in and across Australia.
Magna group CEO Matthew Clemesha said, “Securing video delivery over IP networks is business-critical for any broadcast operation and VideoFlow’s solutions in this area are second to none. When broadcasting over public networks you need tools to protect your environment from cyber threats to ensure uninterrupted service 24/7 and VideoFlow Digital Video Protection (DVP) and Digital Video Gateway (DVG) products ensure secured and reliable broadcast-quality video over any IP network. VideoFlow’s products complement Magna Systems’ current portfolio of solutions perfectly and are of great value to our clients in Australia.”
VideoFlow’s DVP/DVG integrated firewall blocks any unauthorised traffic from entering the DVP/DVG, while encrypted virtual private network (VPN) tunnels eliminate both eavesdropping and hacking.
The DVG software is the perfect choice for live broadcast over any IP network including over the internet, converting legacy interfaces like ASI to IP, connecting to multiple services with each using different video protection protocol and when you are missing features that complement your current live broadcast over IP solution.
The DVP software is also an ideal choice for live broadcast over any IP network and for live stream and network monitoring.
Matthew Clemesha concluded, “With Magna and VideoFlow you can now choose from a variety of software options and appliances with pre-loaded DVP or DVG software to fit your exact operational needs. Your solution can be software-only, appliances with pre-loaded software, software in the cloud, or any mix of your choice. This further strengthens Magna’s commitment to always giving our customers a bespoke solution that is tailor-made and exactly meets their requirements.”