Dejero CellSat increases backhaul quality and confidence. It eliminates booking satellite time, and it recently debuted at IBC.
Over the past few years we have undoubtedly been witnessing some massive changes in the media entertainment landscape. We have gone from linear viewing on a TV screen to widespread consumer adoption of multiple over-the-top services, delivering content anywhere, anytime. With this evolution has come a great deal of technological innovation based around IP delivery, which is changing contribution. Some might (and do) say that satellite has had its day.
Dejero CellSat blends cellular and satellite connectivity on-demand, giving broadcasters greater assurance when going live from the field.
Paradigm, a provider of satellite transport technology for newsgathering and other remote production applications, will demonstrate its flat panel Swarm45 terminal for SNG applications at IBC 2017.
Comtech EF Data Corp. has installed a Heights Network Platform for SES Networks’ to serve as a hybrid resilience solution.
The annual Fourth of July celebrations in Washington DC, which included the Facebook Live and YouTube broadcasts of “A Capitol Fourth,” America’s national Independence Day celebration, broadcast live from the West Lawn of the United States Capitol, were delivered to viewers with the help of The Switch, which served as the primary provider of transport services for the broadcast.