posted by Bob Kovacs /
08.28.2014 03:01 PM
Dejero Releases Compact Live+ Broadcast Server
Single rack-unit device receives and processes transmissions from Dejero Live+ bonded wireless transmitters
Dejero Live+ Broadcast Server

WATERLOO, Ontario — Dejero announced the launch of a new version of its rack-mounted Dejero Live+ broadcast server in a 1U form factor. The new Live+ server includes dual-redundant power supplies and RAID hard drives designed for increased broadcast reliability when receiving video transmissions from field-based transmission devices including the Live+ family of products.

The updated 1U Live+ broadcast server supports two live feeds simultaneously from different Live+ transmitters, and outputs real-time genlocked HD or SD video that feeds into the playout workflow. In addition to live video, the server can also receive store-and-forward video clips, edited video packages or other files that may be used at the broadcast facility to complete a story. Dual 400-Watt redundant power supplies ensure broadcast continuity if one power supply fails, and they can be hot-swapped when the server is in use. For data redundancy and protection of stored data, the Live+ broadcast server now includes two 1 TB RAID hard drives. In addition, the new server features a quad-core Intel Xeon high-performance processor for reliability and performance.

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