CoGo is an emulation software involving the mounting of optical disc images on a host server for the content to be remotely packet streamed to a local PC. All optical disc formats are supported whether CD audio, DVD Video (DDP/ISO), Blu-ray (BDCMF) or data formats for games.
A virtual drive is initially installed onto the client PC and the content is streamed from the host server via encrypted packet management. The main purposes of CoGo is to reduce the cost, time and security risk of sending physical check discs for translations and navigational checking, or where devices no longer have DVD Players.
The ability to remotely view archived content securely and quickly is another advantage.
Fortium's CoGo software is the only tool for remote digital preview of original quality optical based content whether audio, video or data.
Access is made through a web portal across the Internet, VPN or LAN. A virtual drive is initially installed onto the client PC and the content is streamed from the host server via encrypted packet management. The content is decrypted at play-out so that it can be viewed in full quality in its original file format as if the disc was present in the drive. The encrypted content can only be accessed via secure log-in to the server and the corresponding virtual drive decryptor.