SINGAPORE - Vue Networks, ZiiMAX, Panasonic Systems Asia Pacific and LiveU jointly announced today the first High Definition 3D live mobile broadcast over 4G network in Asia.
Vue Networks utilises the high capacity 4G mobile WiMAX network from ZiiMax Singapore to wirelessly transmit high-definition and 3D videos. Through strategic alliances with regional broadband providers, the Singapore-based regional media technology company now provides enterprise connectivity solutions in the sectors of security, broadcasting, advertising, education and medical deployments.
The camera used in this pioneer broadcast is the Panasonic AG-3DA1, world’s 1st integrated twin-lens Full HD 3D professional camcorder, provided by Panasonic Systems Asia Pacific.
Panasonic is today’s regional leader in offering integrated broadcast system solutions that comes with their experience in the development and manufacture of electronic products for a wide range of consumer, business and industrial needs worldwide.
The real-time transmission of high-definition video is provided by LiveU’s LU60 portable uplink solution. With RF technology for superior resiliency and sub-secondlatency, the LU60 offers customers a highly cost-effective alternative to satellite solutions. LiveU is the pioneer of video-over-cellular backpack solutions, optimized to transmit broadcast-quality live video over multiple 3G/4G WiMAX and Wi-Fi cellular links simultaneously.
From 21st to 24th June, industry players will be able to see the live broadcast demonstration from various parts of Singapore over 4G network at the LiveU booth at no. 4B3-01 at Broadcast Asia 2011, held at Suntec City. It is also available for viewing for invited guests only, at the Panasonic Booth at the Singapore Flyer, on 21st and 22nd June.