A video server is a server that is dedicated to taking in, storing, and delivering video. Like other types of servers, a video server is a physical hardware unit that fits into a standard 19-inch rack space and can be connected for direct input and output for video access. Video servers use specific technology to catalogue and store video clips or full-length videos, and to distribute them as needed. These technologies include codes and transcoding tools, as well as broadcast quality features to ensure high-quality streaming of digital video. Video servers use metadata to fully document the identities of video clips for efficient distribution across channels.
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The demand for video streaming server technology plays an even bigger role in entertainment with increase in mobile device use. Customers want to access video on any device on their own schedules whether it is watching music videos, movies, favorite television programs, or premium content like pay-for-view sports events.
Major players analyzed in the market include Anevia, Arris International Limited, Avid Technology Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Espial Group Inc., Harmonic Inc., Imagine Communications Corp., Ross Video Ltd, XOR Media Inc., and 360 Systems Inc.
Surge in usage of video streaming in communication and entertainment systems that consist of streaming media such as video teleconference applications and telephony is driving the growth of video server market. Increasing use of smartphones has allowed real-time video display to become easy and inexpensive boosting the growth of video server market.
Increasing advancement in next-generation broadcast services is driving the video server market. Various factors affecting the growth of the video server software market include the capability of the software to deal with content as digital files bring significant benefits in reducing the time to air and empowering content to be processed several times by diverse production teams. Increasing adoption of video server by organizations due to flexible adaptation to lower operating expense market demands, ease of service, effective use of bandwidth, and wider application is driving the video server market.
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However, factors such as errors in the software and high cost are restraining the growth of video server software market. Contrarily, increasing invested by manufacturers and broadcasters in video server software is projected to provide attractive expansion opportunities to the video server market in the forecasted years.
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