PrisonPC IPTV media release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PrisonPC IPTV Solution Sees Major Feature Release
Melbourne, Australia -- 21st September, 2015
Cyber IT Solutions (Melbourne, Australia), developers of the world's
leading Prisoner Interactive Learning System solution for correctional
facilities, PrisonPC, announce the worldwide release of the
next-generation IPTV system for prisons.
PrisonPC directly addresses the in-cell physical, media, data and
communications security issues confronting correctional facilities
today. PrisonPC IPTV delivers best-of-class managed streaming video
media and video-on-demand in prisons and youth training and
rehabilitation centres. PrisonPC IPTV operates through the standard
PrisonPC desktop devices that are deployed in inmates' cells.
"PrisonPC IPTV replaces legacy television sets and provides the content
to the inmates on the PrisonPC desktop allowing the inmate to select a
free-to-air or internal channel for personal viewing," said Ron Fabre,
PrisonPC Chief Architect and Product Manager. "This negates the need to
have a separate, unmanaged television set and offers education providers
the ability to make on-demand educational content available to inmates."
This new release of PrisonPC IPTV delivers a number of major
improvements, which increase the manageability and functionality of the
solution. Among the enhancements are:
- Full remote-control functionality supported, with slim-line,
tamper-secure remote-control device.
- Up to 24 TV stations per PrisonPC server delivering over 100
- In-house TV Stations from existing legacy MATV systems incorporated
- Prison staff can broadcast messages to inmate desktop screens as they
- Staff can record or cache broadcast TV programmes for later viewing by
- Recorded TV content can self-expire.
- Extended enforced curfews to support free-to-air and internal
- Importing of multi-media content from external third-party entities
into internal inmate television channels.
- Prison staff can permanently blacklist/block any free-to-air
television content on a per-series basis.
- Dynamic inmate-facing Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) for both
internal channels and free-to-air television content.
"Television sets are commonly permitted in inmates' cells for personal
use," continued Fabre. "They offer valuable entertainment which leads to
reduced boredom however often prison staff have only limited control
over the television sets. By extending PrisonPC into a full managed IPTV
solution, prisons can now gain the benefits that TV bring in the
corrections context without sacrificing the necessary security and
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About Cyber IT Solutions Pty. Ltd.
Cyber IT Solutions, established in Melbourne, Australia, in 1991, is
the world's leading provider of in-cell interactive technology
solutions for correctional facilities.
Spokesperson/Contact: Ron Fabre
Phone: +61 3 9818 7709
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