TVU Grid Switch is accessible from any Internet-connected device with a Web browser. Users can manage all available streams on the Grid.
TVU Networks will debut its latest products and demonstrate its full range of Video-Over-IP solutions at the 2016 NAB Show.
TVU Networks solutions on display in its 2016 NAB Show exhibit will include TVU Grid, an IP-based switching, routing and distribution video solution; the portable TVU One cellular live video transmitter; the fixed-mounted TVU MLink for ENG vans; the TVUMe online video content marketplace; and the TVU Anywhere app.
TVU One is the company’s fifth-generation live mobile IP newsgathering transmitter. It delivers the same transmission resiliency, performance, picture quality and sub-second latency of a full-size backpack transmitter in a substantially smaller and lighter form factor. TVU One features TVU Networks’ patented Inverse Statmux Plus (IS+) transmission algorithm, Smart VBR technology, and the TVU.264 video codec. It’s available with embedded modems and can transmit simultaneously over multiple mediums, including cellular, microwave, MIMO microwave mesh, Ka-band and Ku-band satellite, BGAN, WiFi, and Ethernet.
TVU Grid is an IP video distribution, routing and switching system. It gives broadcasters the ability to seamlessly switch live IP video content and share live streams between remote locations. TVU Grid removes the walls from broadcast stations, and allows users to distribute or collect content with a button click.
The company’s TVU Anywhere app turns an iPhone or Android device into a live video transmitter. TVU Anywhere enables reporters to instantly capture and transmit footage from anywhere at any time with a smart device or laptop. TVU Anywhere is easy to use – just download the app to a smartphone, tablet or laptop, open it and start transmitting video. TVU Anywhere uses a 3G/4G/LTE wireless connection and WiFi when available to transmit live video to a TVU Receiver.
TVU MLink live video uplink transmitter brings cellular 3G/4G LTE transmission capabilities to satellite and microwave vehicles, vans and trucks. Designed for fixed deployment, MLink is a one RU rack unit that is capable of aggregating the transmission signals from multiple transmission mediums simultaneously, including cellular, satellite, microwave, WiFi and Ethernet.
TVUMe is an online video marketplace where broadcasters can sell and trade recorded video content and sell live video streams from a simple interface. Users can buy video content from other broadcasters, freelancers and independent production crews from around the world. Additionally, production crews can use the TVUMe online service to list production services and equipment for future booking, providing broadcasters with access to professional video crews around the globe.
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