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Recording and Streaming

Enhance Teamwork with Video

See how with Cisco recording and streaming capabilities. (PDF – 502 KB)

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Extend Your Collaboration Investments

Cisco delivers recording and streaming capabilities in a next-generation enterprise video platform. It provides an engaging

video experience to everyone in the enterprise, viewing on any device. It takes live and on-demand

video content from multiple sources and delivers it at scale, in real time or on-demand, and across any device.

Cisco TelePresence Content Server

  • Captures video and presentations for live streaming and video-on-demand viewing
  • Compatible with Cisco TelePresence or third-party, standards-based video endpoints
  • Supports Active Directory authentication through Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
  • Allows for basic video editing and sharing functionality using a simple web interface
  • Virtual or as an appliance; scales clustering support

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Data Sheet


Securely and efficiently deliver high-quality live and on-demand video to thousands of viewers using your WAN and Internet. Rev is an enterprise video management platform that works with on-premise, hybrid, multi-tenant, and cloud models. It is built on a cloud-native architecture and provides a modern, consumer-grade user experience across all devices.

Data Sheet

Enterprise Content Delivery System with Distributed Media Engine (DME)

Rev has its own, integrated eCDN composed DMEs. Deployed locally, DMEs serve as edge-based caching and processing appliances that support VOD and live distribution and stream manipulation. DMEs also interoperate with othe DMEs as part of the VBrick mesh architecture, which facilitates bandwidth optimization for content sharing and caching between DMEs.

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The Next-Generation Enterprise Video Platform

Video is one of the most powerful ways to communicate across your organization. But recording and distributing video can be a challenge.

Now, you can easily record and stream using the Cisco TelePresence Content Server, the VBrick Rev enterprise video portal, and the VBrick Distributed Media Engine. Here’s how:


Recording content is simple. You can turn your existing endpoint into an HD broadcasting studio with Cisco TelePresence Content Server for a company-wide executive briefing. You can also easily record meetings for those participants who can't be there.

Use the Cisco TelePresence Content Server, WebEx, or Jabber, along with Cisco Meeting Server, to record meetings, training sessions, and other events. Cisco partners with VBrick to provide Rev – the next generation video portal. Our solutions easily integrate with Rev, giving you a smooth, automated workflow. You can record multiparty calls and send out the stream to the video portal for viewing on any device.

Streaming and Distribution

With VBrick Rev, you can deliver video to any employee, anywhere, on any device. Content is automatically resized for smartphone and tablet access.

Other Benefits

Searchable, Sharable, Secure Video

Authenticated viewers can easily search through meeting transcripts for relevant content in the enterprise video cloud, and share them with others through Cisco Spark rooms, content management systems. and websites.

Scalable Live Webcasts.

Use Rev to launch live webcasts for tens of thousands of people joining from anywhere, on any device. You can stream videos and content, poll your audience for instant feedback, chat, Q&A, and more.

Network-Friendly Video Distribution

Easily scale your video activities for enterprise management and distribution.

Centralized Management

Make it easy for customers to centrally and securely manage video assets, user access and permissions, network delivery devices, and video publishing and distribution, using bandwidth efficiently.

Transparent Integration with Videoconferencing

Rev can integrate with any SIP-based conferencing and collaboration product, and is fully integrated with Cisco collaboration solutions and Cisco Meeting Server. Through these integrations, users can easily upload recordings from Cisco TelePresence Content Server and WebEx to search video content and perform viewership analytics.

Integration with Cisco Spark

Get everyone on the same page for fast, efficient workflow. This integration enhances collaboration among Cisco Spark users by making it simple to bring the latest live or recorded videos into any Cisco Spark discussion. Cisco Spark users can now easily share newly published videos with other Cisco Spark users. Just subscribe to relevant video categories to receive and share alerts about new content.

See how various customers and industries successfully used Cisco solutions to capture, transform, and share video.



Automating Recording at Cisco Live

The Cisco Live virtual team used the TelePresence Content Server to capture event sessions without a camera crew in the room. (PDF - 309 KB)

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City Deploys Innovative IT

The City of Edmonton better informs its citizens and workers with the Cisco enterprise video platform.

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Moffitt Cancer Center Improves the Patient Experience

Moffitt added live and on-demand streaming video for patient education, and telepresence for consultations. (PDF - 630 KB)

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Higher Education


University Enhances Learning with Lecture-Capture Technology

San Jose State University provides next-generation learning experiences to thousands of students.

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K-12 Education


Texas Schools Better Meet Student Needs

The Denton School District uses video to help students learn at their own pace.

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Financial Services


Financial Firm Improves Internal Alignment

Banco de Córdoba uses Cisco video solutions to train employees and provide messaging to customers.

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