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a network for video sharing 8 years 1 month ago #27743

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my client wants me to build a network with sixteen terminations in different rooms. A plasma flat screen TV will be plugged into each termination.the challege is that my client want one server playing diferent videos and reflectinting on the sixteen different flat screens. so a sys admin can control the output on different screens from the server room.

my first thought

A server that will run sixteen different videos simultaneously has to have a super configuration plus will a server client setup work in this scenario.

my second thought

I thought of using a device called buddy station produced by thinsoft which i configured before. in this case windows will run independently on one processor maximum of 5 screens to a processor , so i will need 4 buddy stations

my third thought

the server room will have sixteen different systems feeding the flat screen TVs

pls help me think
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Re: a network for video sharing 8 years 1 month ago #27771

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get a streaming video server that will multicast, any workstation in the IGMP group will be able to pick up the video stream.

my client wants me to build a network with sixteen terminations in different rooms. A plasma flat screen TV will be plugged into each termination.the challege is that my client want one server playing diferent videos and reflectinting on the sixteen different flat screens. so a sys admin can control the output on different screens from the server room.

my first thought

A server that will run sixteen different videos simultaneously has to have a super configuration plus will a server client setup work in this scenario.

my second thought

I thought of using a device called buddy station produced by thinsoft which i configured before. in this case windows will run independently on one processor maximum of 5 screens to a processor , so i will need 4 buddy stations

my third thought

the server room will have sixteen different systems feeding the flat screen TVs

pls help me think
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Re: a network for video sharing 8 years 1 month ago #27782

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can u elucidate please

the principle behind a streaming server
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