Dejero Upgrades Remote IP Connectivity

The latest EnGo mobile transmitter, support for SMPTE 2110, and enhancements to contribution, distribution, and connectivity solutions are a touted.

The EnGo 1.3 mobile transmitter features more processing power to deliver, Dejero says. “Unlike other field transmitters, Dejero EnGo encoding now automatically adapts to content complexity as it is captured and supports up to 20 Mb/s bitrate for live transmissions and 1080p 50/60—ideal for sports.” The product now works with HEVC compression.
CellSat, the firm’s blended cellular and satellite connectivity service, now comes with additional features that are said to provide better reliability, and multiple antenna options including portable flyaway and vehicle-mount options. It is now also available in Europe. 

With access to reliable connectivity even more critical for contribution and distribution, Dejero is upgrading its GateWay solution, “including reliable connectivity on any type of IP connection and faster file transfer methods. 

“With access to reliable Internet connectivity on location, field crews can perform more activities remotely as GateWay provides the extra bandwidth needed to quickly upload and download large files as well as access newsroom and MAM systems, cloud services, and private networks remotely. Crews can spend more time in the field and less time commuting back and forth between assignments.”

Booth demonstrations will also explain how the GateWay solution can be used for backup connectivity as part of a disaster recovery plan, and other broadcast and media use cases that solve first-mile/last-mile connectivity challenges.
New features for Dejero Control, a cloud-based management system, include roaming management and automated and customizable metadata. The latter allows metadata to be automatically added to video files at the time of ingest from an easy to build template, so clips are easy to find during editing and MAM workflows. 

Attendees will also see the new 'Find a Provider' functionality, that allows organizations to quickly and easily find freelancers and other service providers to cover breaking news stories and live events across the globe.

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