Dejero is recognised for its achievements in providing contribution to the field of live transmission
Dejero has received a Technology and Engineering Emmy Award for “excellence in engineering creativity”, honouring a decade of achievements in the field of live transmission – driven by its vision of reliable connectivity anywhere.
In a statement, the Emmy Award accolades Dejero for helping transform how broadcasters contribute live content from the field, providing newsgathering crews with greater flexibility from where they can transmit a live shot, and at a fraction of the cost of conventional uplink technology. Specifically, Dejero received the award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Science (NATAS) for “excellence in engineering creativity for their work in pioneering reliable transmission method for live contribution and distribution TV links”.
Bogdan Frusina, founder and chief innovation and strategy officer at Dejero, commented: “We started this journey a decade ago, driven by the desire to solve the connectivity challenges of TV journalists in the field. We are proud to have greatly simplified and dramatically reduced the cost of broadcasting live from remote locations, helping to transform how news and live event coverage is delivered.
“We continue to advance the reliability, availability and convenience of remote connectivity in broadcast, while also solving similar first-mile connectivity challenges in other markets.”
Headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Dejero has been providing the media and broadcast industry with solutions for video transport and network connectivity. The company combines wired and wireless Internet connections from multiple network providers and diverse transport technologies to deliver “fast and dependable” connectivity required for cloud computing, online collaboration, and the exchange of video and data.