The EBU’s Eurovision network has launched a new contribution multiplex platform as an upgrade to its global satellite network.
The Hypermux has gone live on the Asian and Americas segements of the Eurovision network. A European rollout is planned in the next few months.
According to the EBU, Hypermux increases the transmission capacity of Eurovision’s satellite transponders in these regions by more than 50%.
“Not only does Hypermux increase the amount of content we can carry, but it does so in a more efficient and secure way,” said EBU network director Graham Warren. “Hypermux is also more resistant to satellite interference, and it simplifies the set-up arrangements for the customer while handling all types of video and data.”
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03 December 2020 @ 18:34:00 UTC