Globecast offers a range of contribution solutions, including the M’ICar, a hybrid of cellular bonding and Ka-band satellite connectivity.
At the 2019 NAB Show, Globecast will launch Globecast Live, a turnkey live content solution that leverages a fully integrated contribution and Digital Media Hub (DMH) content processing workflow to deliver “any event to any screen.”
Globecast's Globecast Live supports both the broadcast and B2B communication markets, allowing the capture and publishing of live content suitable for intranets, extranets, social media, short- and long-form VOD, linear broadcast and OTT services in all their forms. Content can also be stored and made available for later use via Content Marketplace, which is part of DMH.
The Globecast Live service can handle any video format. Two-way communication with those in the field—including live video and intercom—is also available, as well as high-speed file transfer.
“We have taken more than 20 years’ experience in the live content acquisition market, working across sport, news and special events, to create a turnkey suite of live content gathering services that can be used in conjunction with Digital Media Hub,” said Liz McParland, Commercial Director for Contribution and Global Coordination at Globecast. “This means we can offer end-to-end live video solutions for any and every occasion, tailored to each customer’s requirements and available from a single supplier.”
The company said that in addition to Globecast Live, it now offers a range of cost-effective contribution solutions that can be quickly and easily deployed. From the innovative M’ICar (small vehicle) offering a hybrid of cellular bonding and Ka-band satellite connectivity through to a complete range of fiber and/or satellite connectivity solutions that can be tailored to any event.
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