January 23, 2005
“Our VGA2USB customers approached us with a request to create a simple and cost-effective method to store the VGA captures they were collecting. We took on the challenge and today we’re pleased to announce VGA Recorder, a true plug-and-play VGA storage, archival and retrieval system.”
VGA Recorder enables customers to store day’s worth of any VGA data 23 January 2005 – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – Epiphan Systems, the manufacturer of VGA2USB and VGA2WEB, today announced the release of VGA Recorder, the world’s first true plug-and-play VGA-source archiving and storage solution. The VGA Recorder, which enables organizations to archive and store virtually any VGA-sourced data, also includes the ability to retrieve the captured data files via a standard web-browser from anywhere in the world. Mike Sandler, Epiphan’s President and CEO, said, “Our VGA2USB customers approached us with a request to create a simple and cost-effective method to store the VGA captures they were collecting. We took on the challenge and today we’re pleased to announce VGA Recorder, a true plug-and-play VGA storage, archival and retrieval system.” With VGA Recorder, it is now possible to easily and cost-effectively record data from any VGA display. It is invaluable in recording user interaction with computers and other VGA devices as well as for training and security applications. VGA Recorder enhances any application that requires the archiving of VGA images that are otherwise difficult to capture. VGA Recorder, is available immediately from Epiphan Systems.
More information can be found at www.epiphan.com, or by calling +1 (613) 482-4613.
Epiphan Video produces world-class, award-winning audio visual solutions to capture, scale, mix, encode, stream, record and play high resolution video including 4K UHD. Our customers include companies that specialize in live event production, education, healthcare, worship, manufacturing, usability, collaboration, security and transportation.
Epiphan’s field-proven product line includes live video production and video streaming systems, external USB-based video grabbers for capturing video and graphics from DVI, HDMI™, SDI and VGA sources and internal video capture cards. Our products are designed in North America and backed by rock-solid technical support.
Epiphan Video is a trade name of Epiphan Systems Inc., a privately owned company incorporated in 2003. Epiphan is based in Palo Alto, California, USA and Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with regional offices and a network of authorized channel partners and OEMs throughout the world. For more information, please visit www.epiphan.com.