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22/06/2012

3G Bonding Alternative At London 2012 Olympics

With hundreds of thousands of mobile phones overloading the 3G networks around the London Olympic Park, it is questionable if 3G bonding will be able to offer any usable upload bandwidth for live streaming or FTP feeds.
As an alternative, Boxx will be supplying a uncontended enterprise grade Wi-Fi hotspot dedicated to broadcasters looking to use platforms such as Quicklink, Livestream, Dejero, LiveU, TVU or even Skype. It can also be used to send packages via FTP with upload speeds of around 4M.
Boxx will be supplying portable hardware to access the unique hotspot that will allow crews with and without broadcasting rights uncontended 4M upload internet connections from various points around the London Olympic Park area.

For more information please visit: Boxx website
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