​Dejero’s New Router Aids Remote Production

The GateWay M6E6 router allows crews working on location to access their newsroom or media asset management systems, send and receive large files, access cloud services used for collaboration, and communicate with their colleagues back at the studio.

Dejero’s router has six embedded modems for higher data transmission speeds. Reliability is also boosted due to increased carrier diversity since a greater number of mobile network providers can be used.

“Six Ethernet ports offer greater flexibility when it comes to connecting other networking equipment to the router, or adding different connectivity types, such as satellite via BGAN or other portable satellite terminals,” explained Bogdan Frusina, founder, Dejero. “A key challenge that broadcasters and media organizations face with outside broadcasts and remote productions is access to reliable connectivity to transfer data between the remote site and the main broadcast facility.”

The complete Dejero GateWay solution includes a router installed in a vehicle or portable REMI (remote integration) cart, proprietary network blending software, connectivity services that include enterprise-grade SIMs and flexible data plans, cloud management services, and 24/7 support.

“Our focus is to remove the complexities of establishing secure connectivity while on location, networking with other equipment, and managing the devices that provide the connectivity,” added Frusina. “Just as we’ve simplified live broadcasting from the field with IP contribution, we’re applying our blended connectivity technology to simplify the transfer of data back and forth between the field and the studio. This allows broadcasters to further integrate their remote production workflows, and ultimately save time and reduce costs.”

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