CP Communications and Mobile Viewpoint start cooperation
CP Communications, a US based provider of live event broadcast production solutions, and Mobile Viewpoint, manufacturer of IP contribution products, have signed an agreement to deliver Mobile Viewpoint's portfolio of bonded cellular products and solutions in the US.
Dedicated IP encoding and decoding technologies, developed in close cooperation between the two companies, will be gradually rolled out in 2018. This cooperation enables both companies to complement their core strengths, and to push forward innovations for remote video production to the next level using SaaS and IP technologies.
Kurt Heitmann, CEO of CP Communications: "We are extremely excited to offer MVP's IP and bonded cellular solutions to our customers in the United States. MVP's platform is above and beyond anything else on the market. It fits perfectly with CP's core values regarding technologies, engineering and customer service."
Michel Bais, Managing Director of Mobile Viewpoint: "We are pleased to have been selected by CP Communications to develop dedicated appliances for their live broadcast product line. This agreement validates the quality and effectiveness of our product portfolio and opens up a whole new market and group of customers for Mobile Viewpoint in the US.
About CP Communications
For over three decades, CP Communications has been providing production solutions to a wide range of clients, including major broadcasters, sports leagues and teams, and event and production companies. Their solutions include access to experienced professionals, state of the art equipment, and innovative technologies for wireless audio & video content acquisition, transport and delivery.
About Mobile Viewpoint
Mobile Viewpoint is a private company, globally represented and focusing on the development and implementation of IP transmission solutions for both the broadcast and security industries. Their H.264 and now H.265 HEVC codec implementations, combined with patented technology, allow for HD video to be transmitted over bonded IP connections. Customers include major broadcasters, such as BBC, Al-Arabiya, Sky Sports News , NBC Sports.