End-to-end content delivery, storage and security solutions for digital media
MediaAMP™ offers end-to-end content delivery, storage and security solutions designed to overcome current limitations and address emerging trends while being flexible and extensible. Cloud Services, infrastructure and tools for storing, managing and delivering digital assets, streaming media and protected content.
• Secure Streaming (encrypted/HIPAA aligned)
• HTTP Live Streaming (HLS/adaptive)
• Live and on-demand RTMP/RTSP Streaming
• MultiStream Capture & Recording
• Media Publishing & Distribution Services
• Workflow Automation
• Transcoding Services (support for all major audio/video codecs)
• Internal & 3rd Party CDN Services
• Section 508 Compliant Services / User Interface
• Streaming & On-demand Delivery
• XML/RSS/MRSS Feeds and Playlists
• Content and Geo-Restrictions
• Ad Policies & Video Monetization (pre/mid/post rolls, content overlays, logo insertions)
• Mobile Content Delivery
• External Syndication
• IPTV & Broadcast (TVE) Workflows / Episode Programming (EPG)
• Auto-transcription (content search/captioning)
• Authorization/Authentication against various IdPs (including federated)
• Easy to use reporting web interface, support for 3rd party analytics
• Auditing and proof-of-performance integrations available
• Workflow Development
• Middleware Development and Integration
• User Interface Design/Development/Information Architecture
• Infrastructure Design, Architecture, Integration
• Fully managed accounts
UW faculty; UW staff; UW researchers; UW clinicians; UW academic units; UW administrative units; UW affiliated organizations; UW Medical Center; Harborview Medical Center; UW Physicians Network and Neighborhood Clinics; UW Medicine Neighborhood Clinics
How to Order:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-486-6233
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Pricing is a monthly subscription or based on type of engagement. Please contact us for specific pricing.
Learning management system for facilitating courses and engaging students online
Canvas is a cloud-based, modern Learning Management System (LMS) that allows for easy publishing of course materials, simplified course management, seamless course calendaring, communication and collaboration with students, and efficient grading.
Optional services for schools or departments in the UW Canvas LMS include the following:
Administrative roles for school or departmental support staff
Custom integration of third-party tools or service
UW Faculty; UW staff; UW students; UW academic units; UW administrative units; UW Medical Center; Harborview Medical Center
Cloud-based, campus-wide, lecture capture and presentation recording software
Panopto is replacing Tegrity and is a cloud-based, lecture capture presentation recording service that allows for easy recording and reviewing of courses, lectures and presentations. Panopto is designed to make the lecture capture process easy. Recordings in Panopto are viewable on most browsers and mobile devices. We recommend creating all new recordings in Panopto as Tegrity will be retired on March 20, 2015.
UW faculty; UW staff; UW students; UW researchers; Anyone with a UW NetID.
<p>7/27/12: Greg is making some style edits to the SharePoint entry today. Mary added this entry to Drupal to prepare for content. Tammy will add to Drupal once Greg is finished. I added "Tegrity" as the URL path name, but should it be LectureCapture instead?</p>
<p>11/9/12: added Teaching and Learning category; added that to this service ~ Mary</p>
<p>3/17/14: Updated email address for contact to email@example.com as per single point of contact project -Michelle</p>
<p><span>5/14/14: Added Laura Baldwin as new Service Manager -Michelle</span></p>
<p>07/10/14: Updated to include info on Panopto -Michelle</p>
<p>12/11/14: Changed Tegrity retire date as per REQ0109856 -Michelle</p>
Mass notification including telephones, text messaging, email, and an outdoor public address system
During emergencies, effective communication requires using a variety of methods and tools to "get the word out." The UW Emergency Notification system includes:
UW Alert: A self-subscribing program where faculty, staff, and students can sign up to be alerted to emergencies on campus
UW Outdoor Alert: An outdoor public address system
UW Alert was developed to disseminate official information during emergencies or crisis situations that may disrupt the normal operation of the UW or threaten the health or safety of members of the UW community.
UW Alert is offered on a voluntary, self-subscription basis for current UW faculty, staff, and students at UW Bothell, UW Seattle, UW Tacoma, and UW Medicine.
UW Alert delivers messages to subscribers on a "best effort" basis to email and to Short Message Service (SMS) text-capable wireless devices, such as many cellular telephones.
UW Alert notifications are also available on Facebook and Twitter.
UW Outdoor Alert
UW Outdoor Alert is a public broadcast system for communicating quickly and effectively in the event of a disaster or emergency. The broadcast towers also include emergency phones with direct two-way communication with the UW Police Department.
UW Alert Exception:
There is a scheduled weekly maintenance window every Saturday, 9:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., when service may not be available. Other maintenance windows may be scheduled on an ad hoc basis.
This service is covered in part by the Technology Recharge Fee and in part by central funding.
In the event of a disaster or other large-scale event, Priority Communications can be used by UW staff to help in response and recovery activities. These include:
Priority Communications: Enhanced access to telephone service using the federal Government Emergency Telecommunications Service (GETS) and/or Wireless Priority Service (WPS) programs
Government Emergency Telecommunications Service (GETS) provides personnel a high probability of completion for their phone calls (i.e., land line) when normal calling methods are unsuccessful. It is designed for periods of severe network congestion or disruption. Users receive a GETS calling card to access the service. This card provides access phone numbers, Personal Identification Numbers (PIN), and simple dialing instructions.
Wireless Priority Service (WPS) is a method of improving connection capabilities for a limited number of authorized cell phone users. In the event of congestion in the wireless network, an emergency call using WPS will wait in queue for the next available channel.
UW Information Technology serves as the UW point of contact for these programs, and will order and help implement them for UW units.
This service, if desired, is paid for by the customer:
Government Emergency Telecommunications Service (GETS): The federal government charges for usage when you make calls using a GETS card. For pricing details, see http://gets.ncs.gov/cost.html.
Wireless Priority Service (WPS): WPS features are an add-on cost to a basic cell phone subscription. Each carrier may set its WPS fees up to a cap set by the federal government. For pricing details, see http://wps.ncs.gov/cost.html.
For Government Emergency Telecommunications Service (GETS): http://gets.ncs.gov/