Dejero will be showcasing the Dejero GateWay router, which facilitates collaboration and integrated workflows to allow field crews and home-based crews to work in the same central location.
By blending cellular connections from multiple cellular providers to create a high-bandwidth virtual network, the Dejero GateWay manages the bandwidth of individual cellular connections, and automatically adjust the throughput to provide the reliability that broadcasters depend on, when and where they need it. Furthermore, Dejero’s cloud management system enables broadcasters to remotely manage their fleet of routers in the field, and manage data usage and operational costs.
The company will also be demonstrating the new Dejero WayPoint receiver, which is used to decode and reconstruct the incoming streams and output to SDI or MPEG-TS over IP playout workflows. Using auto-detect technology for backward compatibility, WayPoint is able to determine if the incoming transmission is using AVC/H.264 or HEVC/H.265 compression, and decodes accordingly.
Dejero will be exhibiting with Ideal Systems at booth 6F4-04.
Bogdan Frusina, Dejero’s founder, will also be presenting a session on “Reliable Connectivity Anywhere” at APB’s IP Master Class on June 25, which is designed to equip engineers and technicians with new thought processes and the relevant skills needed in the transition to IP in the not-too-distant future.