AMSTERDAM — One of the coolest video networking technologies out there has to be the likes of LiveU, which combines multiple mobile networks in a single area in to a single channel of capacity for distributing online video.
At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, many broadcasters used the technology to funnel video between locations and on to viewers.
“We had over 100 units in London during the Olympics,” LiveU’s corporate and business development VP Ariel Galinsky tells Beet.TV in this video interview from the recent IBC show.
“Usually you would see microwave and fibre technologies doing major events coverage. But everybody wanted secondary events coverage from the streets of London – interviews with players, coaches.
“We plan to do more of the same in Brazil. Brazil is one of our largest countries already.”
For more on LiveU’s technology, watch the full interview with Galinsky.