​TVU Networks Provides Wireless Transmitters for World Cup Russia

TVU Networks says it will provide rental packages and on-the-ground technical support throughout this summers’ soccer tournament in all 12 Russian cities that will be hosting matches.

More than 150 pieces of TVU Networks equipment and local SIM Cards will be available including the TVU One, which transmits signals over 3G, 4G/LTE wireless portable and fixed video transmitters.

Inverse StatMux Plus is also available for combating network instability through monitoring each network connection in real-time, making corrections and adjustments as network conditions change. Use of the HEVC/H.265 video compression standard also reduces video production costs as less data is used.

TVU Networks staff will travel to each of the 12 venues in Russia to deliver, set up and test the equipment. Many customers have arranged to pick up their orders from registered venues, such as hotels, in Moscow where TVU’s logistics office is based.

“We have the solutions required for live video broadcasting of high profile national and global events from sports tournaments through to coronations, natural disasters and elections,” explained Paul Shen, CEO. “We are constantly looking for ways to help our customers reduce their video production costs while allowing them to deliver the best live shot regardless of the transmission environment. We’re excited to be part of this world-renowned sports event and look forward to supporting broadcasters using TVU equipment, whether owned or hired, at this event and many other international sport competitions in the future.”

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