​EuroMedia-Service Adds RelayCaster Into DataMiner

System integrator EuroMedia-Service has integrated the RelayCaster live content IP contribution solution from Rohde & Schwarz subsidiary GMIT into the Skyline DataMiner network management platform.

DataMiner is described as a solution for the broadcast, satellite, cable, telecommunications and mobile industries.

RelayCaster is presented as a reliable contribution and distribution tool for live content over unmanaged IP networks. Multiple RelayCasters can be automatically linked and managed in Skyline's DataMiner with the RelayCaster link manager application.

“This saves time for the provider and enhances reliability for A/V content contribution and distribution, especially in the case of large networks,” says Rohde & Schwarz.

“DataMiner is a network management platform that offers extensive functionality and incorporates over 5000 drivers to interface with devices and systems from more than 600 major vendors. This makes it possible to monitor and visualize even very complex networks. The integration of RelayCaster delivers extremely efficient transmission over IP, reducing operating costs and improving service quality.”

EuroMedia-Service offers DataMiner with integrated RelayCaster not only as a system integrator, but also as a product reseller. 

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