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AVIWEST Streamlines Live Video Contribution at NAB Show Posted: 18/03/2022
AVIWEST Streamlines Live Video Contribution at NAB Show

AVIWEST, a leading provider of live video contribution solutions, recently acquired by Haivision — a leading global provider of mission-critical, real-time video streaming and networking solutions — will showcase several new solutions and enhancements at the 2022 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Using AVIWEST's advanced video contribution platform, broadcasters can capture and deliver live 4K, multi-HD, HD, and SD video over multiple unmanaged IP networks, including bonded 5G/4G cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite links. AVIWEST's solutions are globally deployed and have received two Technology & Engineering Emmy® Awards, one of the highest accolades awarded to companies in the broadcast industry.

Tags: 4K/UHD | Remote production | 5G | Cloud | bonded 5G/4G cellular | unmanaged IP networks | video contribution | video streaming | NAB 2022
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AVIWEST Launches RACK400 4K UHD and Multi-HD Encoder for Live Remote Production Posted: 15/09/2021
AVIWEST Launches RACK400 4K UHD and Multi-HD Encoder for Live Remote Production

AVIWEST, a leading provider of live video contribution solutions, today unveiled the next evolution of its RACK Series encoders for remote and at-home video production over unmanaged IP networks. Available in a compact, half-1U form factor, the RACK400 supports 4K UHD and multicamera workflows for up to four high-resolution, fully frame-synced feeds. Both the latest generation of H.265/HEVC and the proven H.264/AVC compression standards are supported to accommodate new and existing infrastructures. The RACK400 delivers outstanding-quality video and high performance, with up to 4Kp60 combined with eight audio channels for high-end productions.

Tags: Encoder | 4K UHD | At-home video production | AVIWEST | Live Remote Production | unmanaged IP networks | multi-camera workflows | Low end-to-end latency
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