FAZZT Enterprise Server
The Fazzt Enterprise server software program works centrally to send large files and high resolution streaming video to multiple sites, collecting content from publishers (contributors, content providers) for wired/wireless transmission to clients. It is highly scalable for flexibility, runs on multiple computers (multi-node), and provides full redundancy. The Enterprise server is also available as an appliance.
Capabilities and Benefits
- Protects files and streams with Fazzt Forward Error Correction (FEC)
- Receives files and stream from content providers
- Supports encryption
- Manages schedules, users and bandwidth
- Enables hardware redundancy, automatic failover
- Packages (combines and compresses) files
- Transmits (multicast/unicast) files, streams to clients, publishers/other Fazzt servers
- Targets single and multi-sites and multiple site groups
- Provides alarm indication, notification for server and system (NMS)
Enterprise Server Software
This software is available in 3 versions:
The single node version of the Enterprise server software is a full-featured server in a single thread configuration.
The dual node Enterprise server is a full-featured server in an automatic failover configuration, and is recommended for use in mission-critical applications.
The cluster model provides multiple nodes of the Enterprise server and meets growing traffic in very large applications. The redundancy with automatic failover of the cluster system is designed to handle load-sharing conditions.
Edgespan Edge Server Appliance
The EdgeSpan server appliance is a turnkey appliance with a built-in satellite receiver and most of the standard functionality of a Fazzt server. This store-and-forward EdgeSpan server acts as an intelligent bridge between satellite and wireless networks, performing Fazzt FEC repairs on incoming Fazzt transmissions and then forwarding them to Fazzt clients via WiMAX or WiFi. It can operate unattended at the edge of the network, providing a wired and wireless solution, unicast and multicast, for “the last mile.”