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LiveU unveils unified management platform

4 September 2012
LiveU unveils unified management platform

LiveU has expanded its live video portfolio to offer customers a complete, end-to-end transmission solution, adding laptop and mobile apps to its flagship LU70 backpack and handheld LU40 uplink solutions. At the same time, LiveU unveiled LiveU Total, its unified management platform enabling control rooms to manage multiple video feeds from LiveU units operating in different locations. The LiveU Total platform supports the full spectrum of LiveU’s product portfolio within a single ecosystem. Samuel Wasserman, LiveU’s CEO, said: “Our extended portfolio reflects the changing way live video is being acquired in the field. Customers now have an even wider range of options for their teams covering breaking news and events, at any time, using multiple devices to transmit video back to the studio. This can range from reporters and producers on news teams using their own smartphones and laptops to professional camera operators on location. All products are based on LiveU’s fourth generation high-quality and resilient bonded uplink technology.”  Wasserman continued: “Our aim is to enable our customers to deal with live content coming into the control room from different locations, via multiple devices, in the most professional and simple way. Using LiveU’s Total platform for a smooth workflow configuration, operators can deliver a more dynamic live video experience to their TV and online viewers”. The LU-Smart Mobile App Solution brings bonded transmission to mobile phones and tablets, increasing overall bandwidth by combining Wi-Fi and cellular networks to reach optimal video quality. For example, operators can combine cellular and Wi-Fi to support connection to an external MiFi, enabling the bonding of two cellular connections in a single smartphone. In this way, users can bond the phones’ internal 4G with external 4G. Both LU-Smart and LU-Lite are incorporated into the LiveU ecosystem by the LiveU Total platform, which uses a single server and remote management dashboard to control all the devices from one place via the web. Operators can combine different live feeds and switch between field-operated or studio-controlled transmission.

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