NAB 2016: Globelynx Powers Global Interview Network With Haivision Video Streaming Technology
Haivision announced that Globelynx, a broadcast technology company, is leveraging Haivision’s video streaming technology to power its global interview network that connects more expert commentators to more broadcasters, in more countries. The companies will exhibit the portable remote interview solution at NAB 2016 at the Renaissance Hotel, 2nd Floor.
Globelynx helps global Fortune 500 companies promote their expertise and increase brand exposure with reliable, high quality interviews that can go on-air instantly from the branded environment of the office. With Globelynx’ TV Ready Network and easy-to-use, self-operated and simple-to-install office studio camera kits, companies like Bank of America, Barclays, IHS Global and the London School of Economics, can effortlessly go on air with global broadcasters like Bloomberg, BBC, Fox, CNBC, CNN, and Sky News. Already around a thousand experts covering 300 subjects in 22 languages are connected to 80 global broadcasters via the Globelynx network.
The Globelynx solution includes an HD quality camera, in-built LED lights, sound and encoder (all inside one small box), connectivity via IP, an online booking portal and a database where companies can promote their leading experts for interviews and news sources. The network is powered by video technology from Haivision, making it possible to distribute video across readily accessible network connections like the public Internet. The Haivision solution brings a more flexible option for remote interviews in comparison to using costly and difficult-to-schedule satellite networks.
“With customers now in Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Abu Dhabi and North America – adding to our customer base across the UK and Europe – the Globelynx platform is growing quickly and we’re making it available to more broadcasters and experts globally,” says John Holliday, managing director of Globelynx. “We can facilitate immediate analysis for broadcasters when unexpected news events occur. We are proud to partner with Haivision and help companies share their expertise and give broadcast networks more flexible and cost effective ways to gather live video content.”
“Haivision is dedicated to enabling the highest quality video over any network,” says Peter Maag, chief marketing officer, Haivision. “We’re removing the barriers of adoption and making it possible for anyone to get on-air quickly with the highest quality low latency video for interactive interviews.”