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The BPS/ Dejero Global Rental Agreement offers worldwide remote acquisition, cloud management, and multi-screen distribution of professional live video over IP.
Using 3G/4G LTE, Wi-Fi, & Ethernet the uplink enables delivery of live news, sports coverage or any other form of video communication from more locations around the globe at an extremely cost effective price. BPS will provide the required equipment for bonded cellular connection providing a rental package designed to fit the needs of any broadcaster.
BPS / Dejero: Worldwide Roaming
Multi-country solution, enables worldwide use via Sim card technology, this ensures Dejero can be used in any country worldwide.
The SIM cards will be issued for the required territories & easily plug into the Dejero device & work with the specific country’s local cellular network.
Global Agreement Product Overview:
Broadcast live from virtually anywhere with bonded cellular,
Wi-Fi and portable satellite connections, or record up to 40 hours of HD video for later broadcast.
Rugged, professional-grade mobile transmitter is designed for demanding use in the field. Stress tested with rigorous vibration testing to ensure un-interrupted transmission. Exceptional picture quality with extremely low (adjustable) latency even when bandwidth is limited. One-button start up, automatic input and format detection, with confidence-monitoring screen.
Image provided by Nine Network Australia
Built-in intelligence continuously adapts to network conditions to deliver the best possible video quality. Geolocate, monitor performance, remotely control, preview feeds, and route your content with our cloud management tool from any web browser.
Sign Up for Upcoming Rental Events:
- 11-14: Golf – Women’s PGA Championship, Rye, New York
- 11-4 July: Football – Copa America, Chile
- 12: Cricket – England v New Zealand second ODI, The Oval
- 12-28: European Games, Baku, Azerbaijan
- 14: Cricket – England v New Zealand third ODI, Southampton
- 15-21: Tennis – Aegon Championships, Queen’s
- 16-20: Horse racing – Royal Ascot
- 17-21: Cycling – Women’s Tour of Britain
- 17-30: Football – Uefa Under-21 European Championship, Czech Republic
- 17: Cricket – England v New Zealand fourth ODI, Trent Bridge
- 18-21: Golf – US Open, Chambers Bay, Washington
- 20: Cricket – England v New Zealand fifth ODI, Chester-le-Street
- 21: F1 – Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg
- 22-28: Tennis – Aegon International, Eastbourne
- 23: Cricket – England v New Zealand T20 international, Old Trafford
- 26-5 July: Beach volleyball – World Championships, Netherlands
- 28-6 July: Modern Pentathlon – World Championships, Berlin
- 29-12 July: Tennis – Wimbledon, London
- 4: Copa America final, Santiago
- 4-26: Cycling – Tour de France
- 5: F1 – British Grand Prix, Silverstone
- 5: Football – Women’s World Cup final, Vancouver
- 8-12: Cricket – start of the Ashes – England v Australia first Test, Cardiff
- 9-12: Golf – US Women’s Open, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
- 13-19: Swimming – IPC World Championships, Glasgow
- 16-19: Golf – Open, St Andrews
- 16-20: Cricket – England v Australia second Test, Lord’s
- 17-19: Tennis – GB v France, Davis Cup quarter-finals, Queen’s Club
- 21: Cricket – Women’s Ashes first ODI, Taunton
- 23: Cricket – Women’s Ashes second ODI, Bristol
- 24-25: Athletics – Diamond League, London
- 24-9 Aug: Swimming and diving – World Championships, Kazan, Russia
- 25: Horse racing – King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes, Ascot
- 25-2 Aug: Special Olympics World Games, Los Angeles
- 26: F1 – Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest
- 26: Cricket – Women’s Ashes third ODI, Worcester
- 26-2 Aug: Archery – World Championships, Copenhagen
- 28-1 Aug: Horse racing – Glorious Goodwood
- 29-2 Aug: Cricket – England v Australia third Test, Edgbaston
- 30-2 Aug: Golf – Women’s British Open, Turnberry