TVU Networks Promises Live Video Over IP With New QOS

TVU Networks is introducing a service that guarantees live video transmission at a minimum speed of 2Mbps over cellular networks, from any environment, as long as a cell connection exists. TVU CAN (Cellular Assurance Network) is a complementary technology, integrated with TVU’s proprietary Inverse StatMux Plus (IS+) algorithm for enhanced transmission, and requires no additional hardware.

TVU Networks-LOGO-mbl-Available for the Republican and Democratic National Conventions later this month in Cleveland and Philadelphia respectively, TVU CAN provides an additional layer of flexibility and dependability when shooting live video inside and outside of buildings. TVU will also offer a full range of remote and on-location equipment, service and support for live video coverage of both National Conventions.

“Guaranteed QOS is considered the Holy Grail of dependable network reception and broadcast resiliency for wireless live video transmission.  With TVU CAN, broadcasters no longer need to rely on other transmission means or dedicated hardware,” said Paul Shen, CEO, TVU Networks. “For broadcasters doing live video transmission from high crowd areas, large events and other bandwidth challenged surroundings, TVU CAN delivers peace-of-mind for live video broadcast from practically anywhere.”

TVU mobile cellular transmitters were designed from the ground up to provide reliable live video transmission in volatile or bandwidth-challenged areas such as sports stadiums, remote areas, and major live events. Powered by IS+, TVU transmitters simultaneously aggregate any combination of bandwidth mediums, including cellular 3G/4G LTE, WiFi, Ethernet, Ka-band, and Ka-band satellite, microwave, microwave mesh, and BGAN to deliver a broadcast image with sub-second latency. Advanced Forward Error Correction technology produces superior transmission performance. IS+ uses minimal data overhead without the latency introduced by packet retransmission.

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