A new EnGo user-changeable SIM module allows a field operator to easily switch SIMs to match the local cellular network environment.
Dejero’s LIVE+ platform simplifies the use of IP and cloud technology for video transport between remote or mobile locations. The Dejero approach bonds all available networks including 3G/4G/LTE cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or BGAN or Ka-band satellite.
At NAB Show 2016, Dejero made a number of significant introductions and announcements.
The company demonstrated its interoperability with popular video production and content management systems. To simplify news workflow, Grass Valley recently embeded Dejero’s LIVE+ Control into Grass Valley’s GV STRATUS platform. Operators have the ability to access, manage, and assign content from Dejero transmitters within a single window.
A month prior to the 2016 NAB Show, Dejero announced it had joined the recently formed Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS), along with Grass Valley and others.
Dejero introduced a series of new enhancements to its LIVE+ Control cloud-based management system, adding to the management, monitoring, and routing capabilities. The update is linked to the release of version 4.0 of LIVE+ Core software.
LIVE+ Core Software powers Dejero transmitters, servers, and popular smartphone and notebook apps that provide broadcasters with more options for sourcing content. One update displays real-time analytics of network connection performance and overall transmission quality for each Dejero transmitter.
LIVE+ Multipoint, Dejero’s solution for cloud-based sharing and exchange of live content, was also featured in the exhibit. It can deliver content from virtually anywhere simultaneously to multiple stations over standard IP networks, retaining HD quality with low latency. A simple yet powerful GUI allows an operator to filter, monitor, and route the content from a single source to many destinations around the globe.
The company debuted major enhancements to LIVE+ EnGo. LIVE+ EnGo encodes IP video and bonds all available networks, including cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite, to deliver quality with extremely low latency. With Intelligent Connection Management technology that adapts to network congestion in real-time, it reliably transports video across the most challenging network conditions.
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