Why Do You Need LiveU Solo Cellular Bonding?

Cellular bonding opens a number possibilities to broadcasters. In a recent article, LiveU goes over the history of cellular bonding and how it can positively change broadcasters content. 

History of cellular bonding:

Twelve years ago: LiveU patented its first cellar bonding solution. This "eliminated the need for expensive satellite or microwave trucks to transmit high-quality live video from out in the field" said LiveU. "From there, major news organizations took notice and started using LiveU to go live outside the studio. Over the years, LiveU became the standard for live newsgathering and reporting."

Three years ago: LiveU took cellular bonding and incorporated into a smaller, plug-and-play encoder, allowing a portable solutions for live streaming on the go. 

Today: Live streaming is possible from the touch of a button on your cell phone, but this isn't enough for everyone. Once live streamers need to scale up they will need a more powerful solution. 

"Many content creators started streaming outdoors using their cell phones simply because there was no alternative way to do it that they were aware of OR other solution were just out of their price range. Besides the bandwidth issues that come with mobile streaming from your cell phone, other hiccups include someone calling your phone (yes, the phone you are using to stream!) which can disrupt the content or end the stream completely. What else? Your phone needs to be free so you can use it to interact with your community. Isn’t that what producing live is all about?" 

The LiveU Solo with Solo Connect makes live streaming as easy as 1,2,3 and uses cellular bonding technology (LRT). LRT adds multiple cellular networks together to create redundancy and reliability to the video encoding. 

If you are a content creator who needs a reliable live streaming solution, the LiveU Solo is the encoder for you. 

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