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Rio de Jero

19 February 2016
Rio de Jero

Dejero is set to provide on-site support at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

The company, which provides cloud management of video transported over IP networks, has provided its services at the Games since Vancouver 2010.

The technology is designed to allow camera crews and journalists to choose their ideal locations to deliver feeds to their broadcast facilities. It will establish private Wi-Fi hotspots in Rio, supplying bandwidth for customers.

“Because of our experience in providing broadcasters with connectivity and support services going back to Vancouver in 2010, London in 2012, and Sochi in 2014, we understand what is really important to them as they look to create their own unique take on the event,” said Brian Cram, CEO of Dejero. “What gives the coverage its character are the interviews, the reviews and the color pieces surrounding the Games.”

LIVE+ mobile transmitters are also provided, allowing crews in the field to acquire and transmit broadcast-quality video over cellular and Wi-Fi networks.

Cram added, “Our 24/7 comprehensive technical support gives broadcasters peace of mind, allowing them to focus on creating the best visual content using our simple and reliable technology wherever they need to go.”

 

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