Vislink Amplifies Its Presence in U.S. Markets Via Strategic Agreement with JB&A
Vislink Technologies announces the expansion of its distribution footprint by naming JB&A as its primary distribution partner for the domestic U.S. market.
JB&A brings reach and expertise to the table. Founded in 1997 by brothers Jeff and Greg Burgess, JB&A focuses on end-to-end video and broadcast solutions—from creation and capture to distribution.
To kick off the new distribution agreement, Vislink will be a featured exhibitor in the JB&A booth (#327) at the upcoming NAB New York show.
“We are thrilled to partner with such a well-established distributor that has 30 years of in-depth marketplace knowledge and is energized to expand our impact,” says Steven Teese, Vislink VP of Sales — Americas.
JB&A will distribute a range of Vislink solutions which enable customers to capture content and stream it in real-time across distribution channels and platforms. Vislink is recognized for its IP Bonded Cellular Technology, which offers the ability to transmit ultra-low latency, high-quality video wirelessly or over IP with direct interfacing with cloud or remote (REMI) production workflows.
Other key Vislink offerings include solutions using artificial intelligence for video production such as vPilot, an automated, cost-effective studio system producing live-switched programs without the need for camera operators or directors, and the LinkMatrix cloud-based online interface, a management platform for managing Vislink products via a browser on any device.
“We are thrilled to be working with Vislink to grow their reseller channel for its Mobile Viewpoint product lines,” says Nicholas Smith, VP of Technology at JB&A. “Remote video contribution and cellular-based video streaming continue to grow, and the Vislink line of products solves many of the issues our customers have asked us to deliver on. Vislink has taken an approach to not stop at the edge, but provide solutions that scale into the studio, offering our clients so much more value than just backhaul, and they also have been working hard to develop AI-based products for video studios and sports venues.”