Dejero to Focus on IP Connectivity at 2016 NAB Show

Dejero will demonstrate new cloud-managed IP connectivity and workflow interoperability at 2016 NAB Show.

Dejero is featuring the latest developments in its IP connectivity solutions for electronic newsgathering (ENG) and remote broadcasting at 2016 NAB Show.

Dejero’s LIVE+ platform simplifies the adoption of IP and cloud technology for video transport between remote or mobile locations. The unique Dejero approach bonds all available networks, including 3G/4G/LTE cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or BGAN or Ka-band satellite, to deliver high–quality, low–latency video.

At the 2016 NAB Show, Dejero will feature its interoperability with leading video production and content management systems. Dejero and Grass Valley are collaborating to incorporate functionality of Dejero’s LIVE+ Control into Grass Valley’s GV STRATUS platform, giving operators the ability to access, manage, and assign content from Dejero transmitters within a single window. This interoperability improves efficiency and saves time in the highly competitive news environment.

Also featured in the Dejero NAB exhibit will be LIVE+ Multipoint, Dejero’s solution for cloud-based sharing and exchange of live content. Through a single highly scalable and flexible system, content from virtually anywhere is simultaneously delivered to multiple stations over standard IP networks, retaining HD quality with low latency. A simple yet powerful user interface allows an operator to filter, monitor, and route the content from a single source to many destinations around the globe.

Dejero will also be demonstrating enhancements to its LIVE+ Core Software, which powers its transmitters, servers, and industry-leading smartphone and notebook apps that provide broadcasters with more options for sourcing content. Mobile and rack-mounted transmitters will also be showcased, including LIVE+ EnGo, its compact camera-mounted or wearable transmitter that delivers exceptional picture quality with low latency, even in the most challenging network conditions.

“The industry has heard vague talk about ‘IP’ and ‘the cloud’ over the last few years and what it means for broadcasters,” said Brian Cram, Dejero CEO. “We are demonstrating how we have made these concepts reality by providing broadcasters with the tools that help them do their jobs better, faster, more cost-effectively, and without compromising quality and immediacy. We will also be showing – through our partnership with Grass Valley – how our technologies can be integrated with other innovators to create best-of-breed solutions that are desired by broadcasters.”

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