Live Video Switching, Routing and Distribution With Sub-second Latency
TVU Grid is the powerful, scalable IP-based video switching, routing and distribution solution that enables broadcasters to acquire live video from different sources and seamlessly distribute it to other Grid-enabled locations. TVU Grid provides the ability to route live, professional-quality video streams with as low as sub-second delay over IP networks to one or more Grid-enabled news stations anywhere in the world as it is happening. TVU Grid is also compatible with the TVU Booking Service for simple and automated scheduling of live video feeds.
Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint Distribution – TVU Grid enables stations to take any video source, whether it be a SDI feed, IP video camera, Internet video, or a TVU transmitter and distribute the live video stream to any number of other Grid enabled locations with sub-second latency. TVU Grid’s simple to use interface gives users control over the switching and routing of video streams from anywhere on a network of Grid enabled locations. TVU’s TX Transceiver powers TVU Grid.
Frame Accurate Switching – TVU Grid allows the switching between different IP-based video streams with no disruption of the video and virtually no latency. TVU’s unique and proprietary technology makes it possible to transition between live video feeds from different locations without any interruption.
Unlimited Switching – TVU Grid enables broadcasters to input an unlimited number of video streams and switch between them on the fly. As a result, broadcast stations can switch to any content from anywhere on the Grid network without the use of a converter, dramatically increasing the number of accessible video feeds.
Simple Operation – TVU Grid features an optimized user-friendly interface that simplifies video distribution to other Grid-enabled locations, allowing broadcasters to distribute video streams on the fly with just the click of a button.
Utilize Existing Infrastructure – With TVU Grid, broadcasters can utilize their existing network infrastructure. Also, Grid can easily scale and grow when additional locations are added.