AVIWEST’s AIR320 will be available in Q4.
A new compact HEVC bonded cellular transmitter for live streaming and storing and forwarding of recorded content.
"Our R&D team has developed the AIR series with the same high level of technical expectations already present in AVIWEST's flagship PRO transmitters. Featuring a large panel of interfaces and functionality, the AIR320 is the perfect tool for on-the-go video professionals that need lightweight, portable, and versatile video solutions," said Ronan Poullaouec, CTO at AVIWEST. "The high-end AIR320 will transform the way that journalists conduct live interviews, enabling flawless HEVC encoding and exceptional video quality delivery."
The unit features a compact design with up to four cellular connections, including 3G/4G internal modems with antenna arrays and two USB 3.0 ports, plus a built-in Wi-Fi modem. The system's internal battery enables use of the system for up to three hours.
AVIWEST says it assures the delivery of live transmissions over unmanaged networks with minimum delay, allowing mobile journalists to stream high-quality video from any location around the world.
Supporting AVIWEST's Manager system and StreamHub transceivers, the AIR320 is “an essential component in the firm’s complete DMNG product range designed to simplify the capture and broadcast of live HD and SD video over multiple unmanaged IP networks, including bonded 4G/3G cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite links.”
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