Telegenic deploys Riedel’s decentralised MediorNet

It was used to deliver U.S. golf action to European golf fans


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BURBANK, CALIF— Riedel Communications’ MediorNet real-time signal transport, processing, and routing network is helping to bring exciting live coverage of American golf to viewers throughout Europe. Telegenic, a major outside broadcast (OB) production company with its main office in the U.K. and a new U.S. office in Atlanta, chose MediorNet to provide the redundant and decentralised signal routing and transport infrastructure required for its coverage.

Telegenic’s on-location MediorNet network consists of a MediorNet MetroN core router, 10 MicroN high-density media distribution network devices, and four MediorNet Compact Pro mainframes to facilitate transport of HD video and a variety of audio signals. This is also the first North American deployment of Riedel’s new MediorNet MultiViewer software App. Running on two of the MicroNs, the App provides robust multiviewing capabilities for up to 18 video signals that can be used to create 4 Multiviewer screens. These can then be used locally or redistributed out to any of the MediorNet nodes. The integrated solution also includes Riedel’s RockNet 300 real-time audio distribution network that rides atop the MediorNet backbone.



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