LiveU is actively engaged in the development and deployment of 5G for the broadcast industry around the world with ongoing participation in EU 5G collaborative projects. Our IP bonding solutions have been optimized for 5G operation delivering new levels of resiliency for high-end productions.
LiveU's technology has been successfully used in real-world 5G broadcast scenarios by leading cellular providers. From 5G-based election coverage to next-gen high-profile sporting events, our IP cellular bonding technology has proven to deliver enhanced reliability and lower latency from the most congested areas.Read more on our blog
Start your 5G journey today! Built from the ground up with 5G connectivity, LiveU's native 5G solution provides unparalleled quality of service and resiliency, letting you deliver high bandwidth, ultra-low latency live streams for high-end productions. Choose between our portable multi-cam solution (LU800), compact on-the-go field unit (LU300S) and range of fixed and vehicle rackmount encoders (LU810, LU610S and LU300Se).
High-quality streams and super low latency, enabled by 5G networks, make remote production even more viable, replacing traditional fiber and satellite solutions. Reducing costs, 5G facilitates high-end productions with superior quality, synchronized 4K/multi-cam productions and enriched production types.
LiveU is a proud partner in five EU 5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects, funded by Horizon 2020.
We focus on remote production over 5G, multi-cam sync using the LU800, and our SMPTE2110 server on the studio premises.
We lead “glass-to-glass” eGames/eSports remote production over 5G, affiliate transactions of the live video and other enhanced capabilities.
We head up the Media Leaving Lab and experiments with LU800 transmission over Stand-Alone (SA) 5G networks under various scenarios, using service orchestration, slices and QoS allocation.
Together with our partners, we test and analyze media applications and 5G performance KPIs, including bonded video contribution use cases.
We previously participated in the 5G-Xcast project, which focused on Broadcast and Multicast Communication Enablers for the Fifth Generation of Wireless Systems.