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New device enables streaming HD video

 Teradek introduces Cube, a camera-top HD video encoder which can be used stream live webinars, broadcast school sports, stream local theater, talent shows, and community events over the web.
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Teradek, manufacturer of network video encoders, introduces Cube, a camera-top HD video encoder which can be used stream live webinars, broadcast school sports, and stream local theater, talent shows, and community events over the web.

Cube encodes HD video up to 1080p30 using H.264 High Profile Level 4.1 compression, weighs only 7 ounces, and has no moving parts.

For more information, visit www.teradek.com/cube.html

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