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AVIWEST presents VidOvation with a Best Americas Partner 2016 Award!
Congratulations to the VidOvation team for all the hard work. Thank you, Erwan Gasc and the amazing AVIWEST Team for designing and manufacturig the world’s best product, the DMNG PRO Bonded Cellular Newsgathering and Sports Contribution System.
Cutting-edge 3G/4G Live Video Bonded Cellular
Video Transmission System with Advanced Broadcast Features
3G/4G Live Video Bonded Cellular Uplink System
Choosing a system that supports a wide range of networks, including 3G/4G cellular/wireless, WiFi, Ethernet, and satellite. AVIWEST offers advanced broadcast features such as tally, IFB, ASI out, an ideal physical design and a number of additional capabilities.
Built by broadcasters for broadcasters, AVIWEST enables live video to reach new heights. Move away from poorly built 3G/4G video uplinks and expensive satellite transmission and try AVIWEST. Get a cost-effective cellular alternative that offers resilient broadcast-quality video uplink while enhancing freedom of mobility in the field for all live broadcast media outlets.
“Even with my 33 years of experience, I have never seen anything to compare with the DMNG PRO and the new flexibility we have in covering breaking news. Without having to deploy a truck, we can be much more spontaneous since we don’t have to look for high ground that’s free of trees or power lines, With just a couple of button pushes, we can be up and running to transmit a live shot from anywhere… The DMNG PRO has opened up a world of new possibilities for live shots not just for breaking news, but also for sports and local events.” (Click for Press Release)
Mike Spissinger, Chief Photographer, WPSD
VidOvation Launches AVIWEST DMNG PRO and DMNG Laptop Bonded-Cellular Transmitters for Newsgathering & Sports
Industry-Leading Video Transmission Solutions Transform Live Newsgathering by Reducing Equipment and Boosting Video Streaming Quality
IRVINE, Calif. — April 12, 2016 — VidOvation today introduced two new products in the AVIWEST DMNG family of bonded-cellular video transmission solutions for remote newsgathering — the DMNG PRO, an ultra-compact and highly portable camera-mounted transmitter; and the DMNG Laptop, a powerful newsgathering application for the Apple® MacBook Pro®.
VidOvation is the master distributor in the U.S. for AVIWEST, a global provider of video contribution systems based in France. The DMNG Pro and DMNG Laptop are essential components in AVIWEST’s complete range of digital mobile newsgathering products designed to simplify the capture and broadcast of live HD or SD video over multiple unmanaged IP networks, including bonded 4G/3G cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite links.
The DMNG PRO bonded cellular video transmission system enables news teams to capture
and broadcast live, high-quality video from the source of breaking news and other live events over multiple types of IP networks. Offering the industry’s highest processing power for bonded cellular transmissions with bit rates of up to 20 Mbps, the DMNG PRO includes a second high-bit-rate encoding engine for high-resolution video recording and an ASI output. Support for dynamic latency and adaptive bit-rate functionality enable the DMNG Pro to minimize latency and seamlessly adjust to changing network conditions without operator intervention. In addition, the DMNG Pro is able to bond up to eight cellular modems into an Internet access point to help news crews cut costs while maximizing bandwidth and efficiency.
The DMNG Laptop software provides H.264/AVC and H.265/HEVC encoding capabilities for high-quality video streaming on a MacBook Pro, journalists’ preferred computing platform for video editing. With the ability to ingest video content from a wide range of video sources, including the computer’s built-in camera and external SDI/HDMI cameras, the DMNG Laptop reduces the amount of equipment required for newsgathering and delivers superior video quality in the most efficient and affordable manner possible. The software supports a variety of broadcast use cases, including live streaming, file transfer via various networks, and storage. With an intuitive GUI that makes it easy to manage various content delivery profiles, the DMNG Laptop is able to detect and bond together multiple IP networks — enabling users to take advantage of every network resource in their immediate area.
Both the DMNG PRO and the DMNG Laptop are fully integrated with the AVIWEST DMNG Manager and DMNG StreamHub receiver, decoder, and distribution platform, enabling stations to receive content and monitor, manage, and control all DMNG transmissions with a single interface. AVIWEST SafeStreams® technology assures the delivery of live transmissions even in the midst of unpredictable cellular network conditions. This allows mobile journalists to stream high-quality video over unmanaged networks with minimum delay.
“Bonded cellular technology offers significant benefits over satellite or microwave
newsgathering, including increased flexibility, affordability, and ease of use. With the DMNG solutions, news organizations are able to acquire live or file-based video signals from remote locations without having to deploy bulky and costly vehicles — even in areas with varying or poor network conditions,” said Jim Jachetta, executive vice president and CTO at VidOvation. “With its DMNG family, AVIWEST offers the leading video hybrid contribution platform in Europe, a proven solution that is perfect for the rapidly growing North American market and will help U.S. broadcasters deliver crystal-clear video over cellular wireless networks.”
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VidOvation – Moving Video Forward – is a leading manufacturer of video, audio, and data communications systems for the broadcast television and sports, corporate AV, and government markets, offering 50 years of combined experience. Encompassing wireless video, bonded cellular, video streaming, video networking, IPTV, and fiber optic communications systems, VidOvation solutions improve video transmissions by removing the frustrations of dropouts, latency, interference, noise, and security issues. VidOvation excels in helping its clients integrate custom solutions into existing infrastructure, with the ability to meet almost any application or budget. The company applies proven expertise on the complete project lifecycle — from project consulting and management, to engineering and design, to warranty and support. Learn more at vidovation.com or call +1 949-777-5435.
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VidOvation to Showcase Video Transmission and Distribution Systems
VidOvation 2016 NAB Show
April 18-21, Las Vegas, Booth C1119
Free Guest Pass Code LV6577
VidOvation — Moving Video Forward — is a leading manufacturer of video, audio, and data transmission and distribution systems for the broadcast television and sports, corporate AV, and government markets, offering 50 years of combined experience. Encompassing bonded cellular, wireless video, video streaming, video networking, IPTV, and fiber optic communications systems, VidOvation solutions improve video transmissions by removing the frustrations of dropouts, latency, interference, noise, and security issues. VidOvation excels in helping its clients integrate custom solutions into existing infrastructure, with the ability to meet almost any application or budget. The company applies proven expertise on the complete project life cycle — from project consulting and management, to engineering and design, to warranty and support.
VidOvation at the 2016 NAB Show
VidOvation will showcase its latest innovations in video transmission and distribution systems. Highlights include:
The VidOwave 60G 750 PA is an advanced 60 GHz millimeter-wave broadband and wireless data connectivity solution that delivers low latency and full-duplex Gigabit Ethernet transport speeds in a small ruggedized, easy-to-install enclosure. Typical deployments include line-of-sight data links that would otherwise be impossible or cost-prohibitive with fiber optic cable, for such applications as IP video streaming and transport, connecting LANs between buildings, extending fiber backbones, and wireless backhaul for 3G and 4G/LTE mobile networks.
New for the 2016 NAB Show, VidOvation TV, a turnkey enterprise IPTV system, now includes full integration of DirecTV content. The integration enables an end-to-end IPTV system that includes DirecTV, digital rights management, video on demand, and digital video recording with streaming to smartphones, tablets, desktop players, displays, smart TVs, and set-top boxes.
As master distributor for AVIWEST in the U.S. market, VidOvation will showcase the two newest products in AVIWEST’s DMNG family of bonded cellular video transmission solutions for newsgathering applications. Offering the industry’s highest processing power for bonded cellular transmissions with bit rates of up to 20 Mbps, the DMNG Pro includes a second high-bit-rate encoding engine for high-resolution video recording. New support for dynamic latency and adaptive bit-rate functionality enable the DMNG Pro to minimize latency and seamlessly adjust to changing network conditions without operator intervention. In addition, the DMNG Pro now supports the bonding of eight cellular modems into an Internet access point to help news crews cut costs while maximizing bandwidth and efficiency.
VidOvation is also introducing the DMNG HE4000, an HEVC/H.265 4K video encoder for contribution and primary distribution. With support for high-efficiency video coding (HEVC), the DMNG delivers the same video quality as H.264/AVC at 50 percent of the required bandwidth, optimizing the distribution of SD, HD, and 4K content over unmanaged networks such as the public Internet. By combining HEVC encoding and AVIWEST’s SafeStreams® contribution technology, the DMNG HE4000 reduces bandwidth costs dramatically while guaranteeing superior video quality.
At the 2016 NAB Show, VidOvation will launch two new wireless transmission systems: the VidOlink Ranger2 and the VidOlink Tally & Control. The VidOlink Ranger2 is a lower-cost long-range transmission system that can transmit wireless HD video as far as two miles with line-of-sight on the 5.8 GHz band. The VidOlink Tally & Control is a complementary means of adding tally and camera control unit (CCU) functionality to new or existing wireless camera systems. Using the 403-473 MHz band, the Tally & Control can transmit a wide range of tally and CCU functions. It can also send data via VidOlink’s RF-over-fiber SMPTE units, delivering RF, data, and power to the receive point with a single cable.
In addition, VidOvation has expanded its lightweight and low-cost VidOlink Reacher family of long-range transmitters with three new models: the VidOlink Reacher 400, VidOlink Reacher 1000, and VidOlink Reacher 2000. Spanning transmission distances of 400, 1,000, and 2,000 feet, respectively, the systems transmit HD SDI and HDMI video with near-zero latency, making them ideal for action sports shots in which near-zero latency is important.
“At this year’s NAB Show, we’ll be rolling out our latest technologies, which make field video acquisition, contribution, and distribution faster while enabling lower latency and higher video quality than ever before.”
— Jim Jachetta, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, VidOvation
WPSD Chooses AVIWEST DMNG PRO Bonded Cellular Transmitter From VidOvation to Extend Field Newsgathering
Local NBC Affiliate Deploys Camera-Mounted System as Well as Smartphone App, Giving News Teams a Flexible and Reliable Alternative to Microwave Trucks
IRVINE, Calif. — March 1, 2016 — VidOvation today announced that WPSD, an NBC
affiliate station based in Paducah, Kentucky, has expanded its field newsgathering capabilities with the AVIWEST DMNG PRO 180 3G/4G bonded cellular video transmission system. An ultra-compact and highly portable camera-mounted device, the DMNG PRO enables WPSD news teams to transmit live, high-quality video from the source of breaking news and other live events without having to deploy bulky and costly microwave equipment. In addition, WPSD has deployed the AVIWEST DMNG APP iOS to the news team, enabling team members to use their iOS®-based smartphones to transmit video content instantly from the phone’s front or rear camera.
“As a family-owned, medium-sized TV station, we have to be budget-conscious. Along with
our ABC and CBS affiliate competitors, we’re also unique in that we cover four states in the Paducah/Harrisburg/Cape Girardeau market. This means a lot of travel in order to offer complete coverage of breaking news,” said Mike Spissinger, Chief Photographer, WPSD. “With the DMNG PRO, we’re able to reach locations that would be inaccessible for a microwave truck, and we can do live shots for a fraction of the cost and hassle of setting up a truck. Since the DMNG PRO and DMNG APP are so easy to use, even for our nontechnical journalists, we can always be news-ready. We can even go live while driving to and from the scene.” Continue reading