VidOvation Transmits, Delivers Video for Wide Range of Sports Clients

The Sports Video Group is pleased to welcome VidOvation as a corporate sponsor. Headquartered in Lake Forest, CA, the company is a leading provider of video-, audio-, and data-transmission and -distribution systems for the broadcast television, sports, corporate-AV, and government markets.

Encompassing bonded cellular, wireless video, video streaming, video networking, encoding, IPTV, and fiber-optic communications systems, VidOvation solutions improve video transmissions by removing the frustrations of signal loss, latency, interference, noise, and security issues. The company excels in helping its clients integrate custom solutions into existing infrastructure, with the ability to satisfy almost any application or budget. It applies proven expertise to the complete project life cycle — from project consulting and management to engineering and design to warranty and support.

“VidOvation supports multiple sports sectors with a variety of video-transmission and -distribution systems,” says CTO/EVP, Engineering, Jim Jachetta. “Our wireless-video and bonded-cellular solutions are deployed at various levels of sports in football, baseball, basketball, hockey, skateboarding, and golf, among others. Customers include professional sports leagues, teams, universities, high schools, and television broadcasters.

“VidOvation,” he continues, “is selective in manufacturing and reselling only those video systems that provide the highest caliber of broadcast with minimal technical support required. In addition to our standard off-the-shelf products, VidOvation is also known for designing custom video systems to help sports leagues with challenging review- and game-integrity technical needs.”

VidOvation’s product portfolio includes the AVIWEST PRO180-RA bonded-cellular transmitter and StreamHub receiver, AVIWEST DMNG PRO180 3G/4G bonded-cellular video-transmission system, and AVIWEST DMNG StreamHub studio receiver.

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