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HaiVision Brings Performance Network Video Expertise to Technologies for Worship Magazine Pavilion at 2009 NAB Show

HaiVision Network Video, the world's leading vendor of high-performance H.264 encoders, codecs, and video-over-IP systems, today announced that it will contribute its advanced encoding technology and expertise to the Technologies for Worship Magazine

MONTREAL - April 9, 2009 - HaiVision Network Video, the world's leading vendor of high -performance H.264 encoders, codecs, and video -over -IP systems, today announced that it will contribute its advanced encoding technology and expertise to the Technologies for Worship Magazine (TFWM) pavilion at the 2009 NAB Show. TFWM Pavilion staff will use HaiVision's "zero -latency" MAKO -HD™ TelePresence codec to simulate the video performance attainable at remote facilities. In addition, company and integration experts will host a workshop entitled "Performance Network Video Uniting Remote Churches."


"Due to the superior quality of HaiVision codecs, the MAKO -HD is ideal for expanding churches," said Barry Cobus, vice president of Technologies for Worship Magazine. "We expect that the product demonstration and the workshop will offer visitors a solid opportunity to see for themselves how high -quality, low -latency video can seamlessly connect distant facilities."

"Today's expanding churches are discovering that always -on network video technology offers the most engaging means of reaching out to members at remote campuses," said Peter Maag, senior vice president of HaiVision Network Video. "HaiVision leads the TelePresence market because our technology brings immediacy and intimacy to communications."

During live demonstrations and workshops at the TFWM pavilion, attendees will learn how to establish persuasive communications between sites, about techniques to manage the production, and how to leverage industry -standard H.264 technology to address needs for on -campus and Internet video distribution.

The workshop will be offered twice a day at 11:30 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. April 20 -22 and at 11:30 a.m. April 23 at Technologies for Worship Magazine's pavilion in the center hall, booth C12343. The workshop will feature Jayson Fuhlbruck of Eastgate Productions, a key integration partner of HaiVision for the house of worship market. Fuhlbruck not only offers a complete understanding of the HaiVision product line and related implementation strategies, but also offers significant expertise in event production, system design, and integration.

Complete information on HaiVision products, including recent case studies and application notes, is available at www.haivision.com/account/downloads/.

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About the Technologies For Worship Magazine Pavilion
Open to tech crews, volunteers, pastors, and worship leaders alike, Technologies For Worship Magazine's pavilion is the center for technical worship education at NAB. Visitors can learn all about audio and video mixing, Web streaming, stage and studio lighting, and take in an array of leadership and team -building workshops - right on the NAB exhibit floor! The educational technology workshops offer hands -on training with state -of -the -art equipment. More information is available at www.tfwm.com/conferences -nab2009.

About HaiVision Network Video
Based in Montreal, Quebec, and in Chicago, Ill., HaiVision Network Video is a private company and a world leader in delivering the most advanced video networking technology and IPTV solutions. HaiVision's products are deployed worldwide within the foremost Fortune 100 companies, in the most rigorous military and defense applications, in healthcare facilities for video collaboration and training, for education and remote learning, in interactive broadcast applications and IPTV, and within the world's leading TelePresence suites. HaiVision distributes its products through value -added resellers, system integrators, distributors, and OEMs worldwide.

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