AVIWEST will introduce a new DMNG Pro backpack at NAB.
AVIWEST partners with VidOvation for US wireless video product distribution.
France's AVIWEST will introduce a specially designed backpack that enhances the functionality of the company’s digital mobile newsgathering (DMNG) PRO video uplink system. The versatile backpack solution, which can be worn on the back or front, enables ENG crews to carry the DMNG PRO gear for live newsgathering applications with ease.
AVIWEST’s system allows broadcasters to capture and broadcast live HD or SD video over multiple networks, including bonded 3G/4G cellular wireless, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite. The AVIWEST DMNG system features a unique compact design as well as increased flexibility, reliability, and affordability over standard video contribution systems. Widely deployed by international, national, and local TV channels, news agencies, and video service operators, the DMNG system is the ideal solution for covering breaking news and live events.
AVIWEST also announced it has appointed VidOvation to be its United States distributor, increasing the AVIWEST brand presence and sales efforts in North America. VidOvation will distribute the full range of AVIWEST video hybrid contribution solutions to U.S. broadcasters.
VidOvation is headquartered in Irvine, California. It is a global manufacturer and distributor of video, audio, and data communication systems to the broadcast television, sports, news, government, and enterprise markets. The company offers a wide selection of best-in-class products that fit into any application or budget for wireless video, video networking, fiber optic, and video streaming applications.
AVIWEST will exhibit in NAB 2015 booth SU6716 and VidOvation will exhibit in NAB booth C1113.
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