Dejero Showcases Mobile Connectivity Solution at 2017 NAB Show

WATERLOO, Ontario — April 13, 2017 — Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that simplify the transport of live video and real-time data across remote or mobile IP networks, has announced that it will be demoing the latest enhancements to its Gateway mobile connectivity solution at the upcoming NAB Show (Las Vegas Convention Centre, 24-27 April, booth C1307). The Dejero Gateway solution provides reliable, fast, and secure access to the public Internet and private networks for newsgathering and live production crews working in remote locations, who can use it to quickly send and receive large files or access newsroom systems.

Using the high-speed blended network created by Dejero’s Gateway solution, field crews can complete stories while on location. Reporters can connect their laptop and access their newsroom systems and media asset management systems, search and download archived footage, edit their packages, and quickly upload large video files, all while working remotely – accelerating the production workflow, and without having to return to the station.

“Our goal is to enable reporters and news crews to do everything in the field that they can do back at the newsroom,” commented Bogdan Frusina, founder of Dejero. “For that they need reliable, secure, broadband connectivity when working remotely, and while in transit. The Dejero Gateway solution makes that a reality.”

Gateway leverages Dejero’s patented technology that blends multiple Internet connections to create a virtual network that dynamically and intelligently manages the routing of packets to minimize the effects of fluctuating bandwidth, packet loss, and latency differences of individual IP connections, whether they are cellular, satellite, or Wi-Fi. The blended network provides the necessary bandwidth for real-time data transfer with increased reliability, security, and speed.

The Dejero Gateway solution is designed for installation in newsgathering and field production vehicles or remote bureaus. It includes the Gateway router with network blending software, cellular connectivity services, access to the blended network, cloud-based management from LIVE+ Control, and technical support.

“We have had feedback from customers that a single MiFi connection is simply not fast or reliable enough. Our mobile connectivity offering will virtually extend operations and workflows into the field, reduce operational costs, and get their news on air faster,” continued Frusina. “With our Gateway solution, in-vehicle equipment can be operated remotely, and crews can eliminate multiple runs back to the station, freeing up valuable time to pursue and produce additional news stories. The efficiencies realized across an organization are quite compelling.”

Visitors to Dejero’s newly located booth in the Central Hall at the NAB Show (C1307) can get a demo of the Gateway solution and also see the latest enhancements across the full LIVE+ platform.

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