03.17.2005 11:49 AM
GlobeCast to show WING global IP-based network

GlobeCast will demonstrate its latest delivery service, Wireless Content Exchange Networks (WING) – at NAB2005. The global IP-based contribution network uses fiber and satellites to manage global content ingest, storage and live-to-air streaming directly from a laptop.

Laptop newsgathering changes how reporters file, edit and broadcast news reports from the field. IP-enabled file-based content exchange networks allow reporters to file live or recorded stories directly from any laptop or workstation over any wired or wireless Internet connection to a central exchange hub.

GlobeCast and Eagle Broadband will jointly introduce IPTV Complete, a turnkey IPTV solution that enables telephone companies, municipalities, utilities, universities and real estate developers to deliver more than 200 channels of IPTV video services in America.

For more information, visit booth C2129 or go to www.globecast.com.

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