Innovative Technology Demonstration Combines Ruggized Panasonic Toughbook Laptop with Dejero LIVE Transmission Across 4G/3G/WiFi/Ethernet
LAS VEGAS, April 11 /PRNewswire/ - Today Dejero Labs Inc. announced that the Panasonic NAB exhibit will feature a Panasonic Toughbook laptop that integrates the Dejero LIVE Transmitter software to demonstrate a live HD video transmission solution that is highly mobile with 4G wireless capability. This innovative transmission solution integrates store and forward capabilities and can also upload clips, photos, and files as well as stream live video. The collaboration between Panasonic and Dejero delivers on the simple premise: broadcast live or remotely located high-quality video without the high cost or complexity of satellite or microwave transmission. Television broadcasters can view at NAB for the first time, a new choice to cover breaking news faster, with less set-up time, and with the ability to transmit anywhere cellular or Ethernet networks are available. The Dejero-enabled Toughbook laptop demonstration is at the Panasonic NAB exhibit # C3707 (in the Central Hall).
- Toughbook CF-31 Laptop
- Bonded 4G Modem Module
- HD-SDI Input
- Adaptive Bit-rate H.264 Transmission
- LIVE + Store and Forward
- Direct to Web Streaming Solution
- File Transfer Clips, Photos or Files
- HD-SDI to HD-SDI, Web Stream or FTP/Folder
- Low Latency
- High Quality Video
The Panasonic and Dejero live HD video transmission solution includes the Panasonic Toughbook CF-31, the sixth generation of flagship Toughbook clamshell notebooks, which have become the gold standard of rugged computing over the past 14 years, boasting the lowest failure rates in the industry. The Toughbook incorporates the Dejero LIVE Transmitter software, to produce a portable HD/SD transmitter that connects to a camera and goes live with the push of a button. The complete solution also includes the Dejero LIVE Video Manager, the online manager that connects transmitters to video receiving servers; and the Dejero LIVE Video Server, the receiving unit that typically resides in a studio rack to decode the live video transmission for ingest.
"Collaborating with Panasonic on a new HD mobile video transmission solution offers broadcasters a view of a more flexible future for live and remote file-based transmission," said Dan Mance, Dejero CEO. "Toughbook continues Panasonic's tradition of delivering no-compromise reliable computing for mission critical users and is the ideal Dejero enabled laptop platform."
Dejero, located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, introduces a new era in live television broadcasting through its award-winning portable wireless LIVE Platform. Innovative engineering from wireless experts combined with input from experienced broadcasters have produced the Dejero Platform. The revolutionary Platform gives greater mobility, including access to locations such as airports, high security areas, rooftop events and can even broadcast from a moving vehicle. Dejero expands broadcast newsgathering capabilities.
For more information visit: www.dejero.com
SOURCE Dejero Labs Inc.