Dejero starts a revolution at IBC
Among its IBC announcements, Dejero will make an announcement it claims will "revolutionise" file movement from the field
At IBC2016, Dejero will be showcasing enhancements to its Live+ Control management system, which aims to simplify live broadcasting from remote locations and transporting recorded content to broadcast facilities over bonded IP networks including cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet or satellite. The updates enhance monitoring, station administration, and reporting capabilities, displaying real-time analytics of network connection performance, and overall transmission quality for each Dejero transmitter.
These updates are timed to go the recent release of version 4.0 of the company’s Live+ Core software. This new software release will make its IBC debut this year and has added significant new capabilities to the Live+ platform of products including an enhanced congestion control algorithm and faster transport of files.
Visitors to the Dejero stand will also see the first European demonstrations of the convenient SIM module and new modem module for Live+ EnGo, Dejero’s compact mobile transmitter with simplified connectivity options, expanded roaming solutions and enhanced carrier services. Aimed at broadcast journalists and news crews reporting from breaking news situations, Live+ EnGo encodes IP video and bonds all available networks, including cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite.
Dejero will also make an announcement at IBC2016 that it says will "revolutionise" the movement of files from the field, further simplifying broadcast workflows.
“Dejero has turned industry hype about ‘IP’ and ‘the cloud’ into reality by providing broadcasters with the tools that help them do their jobs better, faster and more cost-effectively, without compromising quality and immediacy,” said Brian Cram, CEO of Dejero. “We are also proving – through key partnerships – that our technologies can be integrated with other innovators to create best-of-breed IP solutions.
“Dejero has always advocated for and is a firm believer in the adoption of open standards and our presence at IBC2016 will demonstrate our belief in interoperability and open APIs to help accelerate the transition to IP and cloud technologies,” concluded Cram.