Riedel will support the remote production of more than 700 sports games on the Dyn Media platform

Riedel Networks has announced that the company has been named connectivity partner of Dyn Media. It is a streaming platform for sports.

From the summer of 2023, the intercom’s company will provide the connectivity services for national leagues and cup competitions such as the LIQUI MOLY Handball Bundesliga, DHB Cup, the easyCredit Basketball Bundesliga and the BBL Cup.

The Dyn Media commitment is to put previously underrepresented sports in Germany’s media spotlight and to bring their TV production to a new level.

The streaming service has already secured the media rights for other national leagues such as the Table Tennis Bundesliga TTBL and the Volleyball Bundesliga VBL and is scheduled to go live in June 2023.

The production of more than 700 matches per season has been entrusted to NEP Germany.

Riedel Networks will bundle all audio and video signals from over 70 venues across Germany at the Dyn sites in Cologne and Munich to be processed in two Virtual Production Units (VPU). These are connected via Riedel Networks’ own network in a redundant 10-gig fiber ring to the cloud platform Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the Dyn Operations Centre (DOC) in Wuppertal.

“Especially in innovative and sustainable remote productions, connectivity is an essential umbilical cord. With Riedel Networks, we have chosen an experienced connectivity partner that can really guarantee smooth operations,” said Andreas Heyden, CEO of Dyn Media.

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