LiveU aims to boost content creators with unlimited IP-video capabilities at NAB Show Las Vegas

With the intention of becoming a crucial technology collaborator for leading content creators worldwide, LiveU wants to facilitate the creation of dynamic live content through its comprehensive EcoSystem comprising hardware, software, services, and support. According to the company, at The 2024 NAB Show the entire LiveU EcoSystem will take center stage, with key industry players joining the LiveU Stage at the company’s booth (South Hall Lower – #SL5105) to outline their strategies for covering these events.

At the core of LiveU’s EcoSystem lies LiveU Reliable Transport (LRT™), which the company claims to be ensuring enterprise-grade interoperability and providing customers with flexibility and adaptability. The 2024 NAB Show will witness the introduction of further enhancements across the LiveU EcoSystem spectrum, reaffirming LiveU’s position as a pioneer in customer-centric innovation in IP-video over bonded connections.

Attendees visiting the booth will have the opportunity to explore firsthand LiveU’s advanced connectivity solutions, including Private 5G, Low Earth Orbit Satellite, and IP-based distribution.

Steve Wind-Mozley, LiveU’s Chief Marketing Officer, comments, “2024 is set to be a groundbreaking year for live IP-video, with an array of global sports events, numerous elections, and other high-profile occasions driving its expansion. Everything showcased at the Show is geared towards streamlining workflows, reducing complexity and effort, and enhancing efficiency. Many of our clients have already experienced cost savings by leveraging bonded IP for primary and backup solutions instead of relying solely on fiber or satellite. I’m thrilled that some of them will join us onstage to share their success stories.”

The LiveU booth will feature a demonstration focused on maximizing election coverage, along with the latest advancements in cloud remote production (REMI) and sports workflows. Additionally, several sessions from leading LiveU EcoSystem partners will cover contemporary use cases and workflows, including story-centric approaches, lightweight and cloud-remote production, content aggregation, and AI-augmented production.


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