WATERLOO, ON, Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ - For 100 days Canadians have watched this historic event - live coverage of the 2010 Winter Games Torch Relay. The 45,000 kilometer trek across the country, the longest in history contained within the host country, has showcased a uniquely Canadian technology and the world is watching.
Dejero is proud to be part of that continuous cross-country coverage. The revolutionary new exclusive technology developed by Dejero makes it possible to watch the Torch Relay live. Innovative engineering from Dejero's wireless experts combined with input from experienced broadcasters produced a Platform that transmits live broadcast video content over cellular networks without the use of microwave or satellite technology.
"Our Canadian team is thrilled to have developed technology that is a part of such an historic event," says Bogdan Frusina, Chief Technology Officer of Dejero. "Dejero is focused on providing truly mobile live coverage of important events. Canadians have been watching the Torch pass through more than 1,000 communities with a technology developed right here at home."
In an exciting conclusion on Friday, the Torch Relay will cross the Lions Gate Bridge, go through Stanley Park and downtown Vancouver to the First Nations Pavillion. The final leg of the relay will be captured live and broadcast on the CTV Television Network beginning at 9 a.m. EST. Dejero would like to thank CTV for its assistance in showcasing the technology and the live Torch Cam as the relay went across Canada.
Dejero is redefining live broadcasting through its portable Wireless ENG Platform. Broadcasters can now instantly transmit broadcast-quality live video through cellular networks without the cost or complexity of satellite/microwave trucks or the effort of implementing dedicated towers. Innovative engineering from wireless experts combined with input from experienced broadcasters have produced the Dejero Platform. The revolutionary Platform gives greater mobility, including access to locations such as airports, high security areas, rooftop events and can even broadcast from a moving vehicle. Dejero expands broadcast newsgathering capabilities