NewCom International’s LiveStream Mobile™ Package Offers
On-the-Go Video Streaming Around Globe
Mobile Video Stream Service Ideal for Politicians, Performers, Educators and Business Executives
(March 10, 2011 – Miami, FL) Politicians, performers, educators, business executives and event planners now have an easy, affordable way to stream live video from virtually any location around the world, thanks to the LiveStream Mobile™ package recently unveiled by Miami, Florida-based NewCom International.
NewCom International, a global satellite communications firm committed to fostering education, advancing health care and promoting economic development through 21st century communications, has developed a turnkey, self-contained live video streaming package that offers affordable, high-quality live streaming services for anyone wishing to stream video content to viewers around the globe from any location – however remote – throughout North America, Central America, South America, Africa and Asia.
The service, a cost-effective solution that utilizes NewCom’s iDirect-based NetSharing platform, is portable and easy to use. Users need only to connect a video camera to the components in the LiveStream Mobile box, set up the small antenna that comes with the LiveStream Mobile package, embed one of several available streaming feeds onto their web site, and start the camera rolling. The live feed is transported via satellite to a streaming server at NewCom’s Miami teleport facility, and is broadcast live on the correlating Web site. The service utilizes aggressive compression technology combined with iDirect’s powerful, efficient shared platform service to minimize bandwidth requirements, ensuring a low-cost solution that delivers high-quality video streaming performance.
“What makes our LiveStream Mobile package so powerful is that it gives anyone – even those located in remote regions around the world – the ability to broadcast live video to their audience base,” says Dora Mejia, Director of Sales and Business Development for NewCom International. “It makes it possible for political candidates in Latin America and Africa to reach their constituency. It enables performers to reach their fan base. It makes it easy for event planners to broadcast seminars, and allows researchers to share their findings as they are discovering them. If you need an affordable, easy way to broadcast live video to your audience base, our LiveStream Mobile™ package is the answer you’ve been looking for.”
LiveStream Mobile is just one of several bundled solutions that NewCom has developed to address the needs of the governments, businesses and organizations it serves. Other self-contained bundled solutions include NewCom’s Rural Education Package, which bundles satellite-based internet connectivity, web filters, virtual teaching services and world-class educational materials from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: and Office Without Borders™ – a self-contained mobile office package.
ABOUT NEWCOM INTERNATIONAL
Led by the World Teleport Association’s 2010 Teleport Executive of the Year Jaime Dickinson, NewCom International – recognized for its world vision and commitment to fostering education, advancing health care and promoting economic development through 21st century communications – is a global satellite communications firm that focuses on providing innovative, customized solutions for governments, businesses, and organizations worldwide. In addition to its global satellite communications services, NewCom offers a comprehensive suite of voice, video and data services and bundles them into customized, turnkey packages for the clients it serves. Named the fourth fastest-growing teleport operator in the world in 2010 (Fast Twenty) by World Teleport Association, NewCom offers customers a highly trained engineering team, dedicated network operations center, world-class teleport and global support staff. For more information, please visit: www.newcominternational.com or contact us: [email protected] newcominternational.com
NewCom International Contacts
Dora Mejia (sales)
Ingrid Ricks (Media)