09.24.2008 10:26 AM
Nucomm Messenger Media Gateway adds IP connectivity to field operations

Nucomm’s Messenger Media Gateway system enables broadband IP connectivity between an ENG, SNG or OB truck and the broadcast studio through integration with a broadcaster’s existing digital transmission infrastructure or alternate network.

With an IP network in place, other applications, such as remote queuing, remote truck control and VoIP technologies, can also run between the studio and the news vehicle. An integrated file transfer system is embedded inside the Messenger Media Gateway system. To transfer a file from the field to the studio, users simply drag and drop files onto the internal hot sync folder. The Messenger system then automatically manages the file transfer process.

For more information, visit www.nucomm.com.

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