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As part of a five-year contract, NASA has granted Haivision an Authority to Operate (ATO), expanding the use of its solutions to power live and on-demand video streaming and IPTV workflows across NASA bases.
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Haivision’s solutions are already in place at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility and the Mission Launch Command Center.

A number of Haivision products were named to the ATO list, including the latest version of the Haivision Media Platform, Haivision Media Gateway, Haivision video encoders and transcoders and Haivision Play set-top boxes.

In addition to the NASA ATO, Haivision has also achieved Department of Defense Information Assurance Risk Management Framework (DIARMF) certification and was the first video streaming solution to be certified by the US Department of Defense Information Network Approved Products List (DODIN APL).

“Our work with NASA makes Haivision the most broadly certified video streaming solution and is a testament to our commitment to the strict requirements of the IT infrastructure and networks of the Federal government,” said Brian Henry, vice president of sales, US Defense and Enterprise, at Haivision.