Prevent unexpected drop-outs and failures in the broadcasting of your video content right at the beginning!
During the broadcast of a concert, conference or a presentation it is essential that the broadcast runs in the highest possible quality and without any technical interruptions. Even the most attractive concent is devaluated by the smallest interruptions. Do you know you can protect yourself against them?
What is the broadcasting system?
The Content Delivery Network is responsible for delivering your audio and video content to your customers. It consists of several interlinked servers and encoders which deliver the content from it's source to the end user. To ensure that the system works correctly under any circumstances, all of it's servers backed up and connected to the internet via prestigious technical partners.
4 reason to choose our broadcasting system:
Experience with hundreds of projects – Our system was used and is continually improved on hundreds of different projects for the most significant media and business companies in the Czech Republic.
Multilevel security – Not even an unwanted interruption or a connectivity error causes a disturbance in the broadcast of video or audio content. The back up connectivity, servers and encoders take care of everything.
Optimised structure - The broadcasting system consists of hierarchy structured broadcast servers. This allows us to send the audio or video signal in the highest possible quality.
Live or from an archive – The structure and properties of the system are optimised for live broadcast as well as video and audio on demand.
2 examples of uses of the broadcasting system from working experience
Live broadcast – The video and audio is processed by the encoder on the spot. There are atleast two encoders for safety reasons. The data package is then sent from the encoder to the source server from which it is then distributed to a hierarchy network of broadcasting servers and later to the end users. It is the hierarchy network of broadcasting servers that eliminates unwanted interruptions and allows the signal to be broadcasted in the highest possible quality.
Archive broadcast – The video or audio data source is saved onto a source data server which then distributes it to the hierarchy network of broadcasting servers. The data files are then sent to the end users similar as in the case of a live broadcast. Also in this case is the systém backed up by a hierarchy structure of the network.