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Dejero supports UK production sector with ‘pop-up’ 4G network connectivity

Company is working with its UK partner P&C Communications on the service

Dejero is aiming to support the UK film and high-end TV production sector with the launch of a temporary cloud-based connectivity solution supported by Dejero GateWay network aggregation.

The company is working with its UK partner P&C Communications on the service, which offers clients a two-day turnaround and can be used across all British mobile networks, including Vodafone, O2, EE and Three.

“Despite the disruption of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic linked to social distancing restrictions and lockdowns, the British Film Institute (BFI) reported very little drop in spend on film and high-end television production. With 300 productions, the combined total spend on film and high-end television production in the UK for the first half of 2021 was four times higher than the first half of 2020,” said Yvonne Monterroso, director of product management at Dejero.

“In this steady market, studios and production companies are taking full advantage of new cloud-based technology to streamline operations and achieve efficiencies on set and in post production. Dejero’s GateWay is the key to meeting these needs by provisioning powerful and reliable connectivity from any location.”

London-based Camberwell Studios is already using Popup and Dejero GateWay: “One client was streaming four cameras to a remote location and needed more upstream bandwidth than we could guarantee, and a back-up in case of failure,” explained Andy Woodruff, managing director at Camberwell Studios. “By combining our broadband and six 4G SIM cards, operating over four different networks through the Dejero GateWay, we were able to provide 120 Mbps upload all day long. If one of the SIM cards failed, there were five others and the broadband to pick up the slack. It took away any stress of worrying about a failed connection.”