Dejero has signed a number of new European partners as part of its strategy to provide its connectivity solutions through rental companies to support the increased demand to deliver mission-critical live video and real-time data across multiple sectors.
“As organisations come through the other side of the pandemic, many are re-evaluating their strategy, workflows and processes and are looking to trial new reliable and cost-effective methods to deliver high quality video, as well as implementing more reliable back-up systems for mission-critical operations,” explains Rob Waters, director of sales EMEA and APAC. “Having local representation on the ground to enable this, whilst many travel restrictions are still in place, is key to serving local broadcasters, commercial production companies, public safety bodies and other organisations in the longer term."
Broadcasters are under pressure to deliver content including live sports to their viewers as venues remain closed to the public; production companies are adjusting their workflows to accommodate remote collaborators to best serve their commercial clients’ needs; public safety organisations are looking to reduce response times and improve situational awareness, while enterprises need reliable primary and back-up connectivity to the internet in order to provide better customers experiences while social distancing protocols remain.
The most recent European rental partners to join the Dejero network include AV Pro and Centron in Austria, Kaptures (France), Profen (Turkey), Tividoo (Germany), Wired Broadcast and P&C Communications (UK) and Villrich Broadcast (Netherlands).
“I am excited to assist Dejero in their-long term growth and international expansion. With Dejero, broadcast and media companies can easily, and cost-effectively distribute content to virtually anywhere. I look forward to expanding the Dejero network in the Netherlands and beyond,” shared Richard Villrich, owner and managing director of Villrich Broadcast.
All Dejero partners are equipped to offer flagship products such as EnGo mobile transmitters and GateWay network aggregation devices, which have provided many organisations across the globe with resilient connectivity throughout the pandemic.
These solutions feature Dejero’s patented Smart Blending Technology which simultaneously aggregates diverse wired and wireless IP connections from multiple sources to form a virtual ‘network of networks’, enhancing the reliability of connection paths, expanding coverage and delivering greater bandwidth.
The combination of Dejero’s Smart Blending Technology and Hybrid Encoding Technology found in EnGo transmitters forms a tightly integrated system which maximizes video quality by responding in real-time to changes in network characteristics and video content. In addition, Dejero’s proprietary Resilient Wireless Technology ensures ultra-reliable cellular reception. These technologies are ideal for low-latency, live video contribution scenarios, which allow broadcast, media production, and public safety organizations across the world to deliver high-quality video even in the most challenging scenarios.
Dejero GateWay network aggregation devices in various form-factors deliver resilient connectivity for general-purpose applications including voice, video, and data while in nomadic or mobile environments, as well as add wireless connectivity to fixed locations.