Quicklink to showcase Mobile Encoder at IBC

Mobile Encoder can bond multiple internet connections to improve speed and reliability
Quicklink TX Mobile Encoder will be showcased at IBC 2017.
Quicklink TX Mobile Encoder will be showcased at IBC 2017.

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Quicklink, a provider of software and hardware IP solutions, will showcase its Quicklink Mobile Encoder solution at IBC. The Mobile Encoder is designed for performance and portability and transmits broadcast quality, low latency live video over IP from the most challenging network locations.

The Mobile Encoder has the ability to bond multiple internet connections in order to improve the speed and reliability of the internet connection, meaning strong results can be achieved from a variety of networks. The encoder can simultaneously bond 15+ connections including Wi-Fi, USB and Satellite to create the most consistent and reliable connection.

The Mobile Encoder was recently used deployed by Geo News for UK Election 2017 coverage. The encoder was used to broadcast live from London, United Kingdom to their head-office in Karachi, Pakistan. While filming in London, Geo News experienced challenging weather and heavy rain, however this did not affect the live transmission and the Mobile Encoder worked flawlessly.

“The Quicklink Mobile Encoder played a vital role in the success of Geo News coverage of the UK Elections. Our experience with the Mobile Encoder using 4G LTE SIMS was great and the Encoder was used as a replacement of ‘Satellite Link’,”  said Zeeshan Haider, manager, IT and telecom, Geo TV.

Along with the Mobile Encoder, Quicklink will also be showing the new Remote Communicator, Quicklink TX and Quicklink Playout Servers.

The Quicklink TX Mobile Encoder will be showcased at IBC 2017, RAI Amsterdam (Hall 3, stand B30) from 15-19 September.

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