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Netris introduced a new version of Netris iStream Media Server at IBC 2013 in Amsterdam.

Netris, the leader in software development for video delivery over the Internet, has introduced a completely redesigned all-purpose Netris iStream Media Server at IBC 2013, taking place in the capital of the Netherlands from 12 to 17 September.

Netris iStream has been specifically designed for the implementation in online projects related to the video streaming on the different types of user devices. Its main advantage is the high performance – it delivers up to 15Gbps of per-server video streaming performance for live streaming on standard hardware.

"Before developing the new version of our product, we have set a goal to create a universal media server for a variety of applications: OTT, IPTV, video surveillance and a number of others that require delivery of video," says Murad Efendiev, CEO at Netris. "We are very pleased with the results. Already Netris iStream is widely used in OTT deployments, as well as the world's largest surveillance system under Information City brand, launched for the Government of Moscow. In addition, iStream servers made up the core of public video surveillance that was organized for the monitoring of Moscow Mayor Election."

To learn more about Netris iStream Media Server and other Netris products please visit our stand at IBC2013 (Hall 5, Booth 5.C21).

About Netris

Netris (www.netris.tv) is the leader in IP-communications software development and systems integration. Netris is focused on development of award-winning Video Delivery and Business Intelligence solutions. The Netris headquarters are in Moscow, Russia.

Netris' customers are telecommunication companies and banking institutions that aim to improve their efficiency using cutting edge solutions. Netris Solutions have been deployed for Rostelecom (NCN), Kazakhtelecom, Moscow Government, MTS, Russian Standard Bank, TTK, Metalloinvest, Ukrtelecom and other Russian and CIS service providers and banks.