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Re: Video Server....??


In my company, Dell's PowerEdge 6300 is used to stream video clips.
They are connected to Fast Ethernet segments which is separate from employee's Fast Ethernet segment.
In addition, a fiber optic backbone connected the Fast Ethernet segments up.

Donald Szeto
Senior Engineer
Desiter.COM (HK) - Networking Department

-----Original Message-----

On Wed, Jul 26, 2000 at 09:24:18AM +0800, Donald Szeto wrote:
> Hi!
> Our school uses fiber optic backbones with Fast Ethernet segments and the Video Support Team had optimized the clips for better streaming without consuming much bandwidth.
> Sometimes, students do not need to play the video themselves, they can watch the movie from the projector :).

what kind of server do you use for streaming, and is it available
somewhere.. i need to build a system to stream a picture from the tv
(yes, it's legal =) and my boss wanted sound too.. i've been trying to
look at solutions like this.. but nothing proved good enough...

(oh, and he is not willing to pay loads of money for this.. =(  )

Regards, Sami haahtinen

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