Want to stream live but don’t have access to Ethernet or Wi-Fi? In the past, you would have been out of luck; but now, you can rely on breakthrough products from Teradek called Cube and Bond. These card deck-sized devices allow you to encode your HD video feed in real-time and relay it wirelessly via cellular networks, such as 3G and 4G, and deliver it to the web. At the end of this process is Sputnik, the proprietary aggregation software, which reorganizes the fragmented video data sent from the Bond into a web-ready video for the online world to see.

Influxis is proud to offer the Sputnik Server as part of its ever-expanding worldwide media server network. Nicol Verheem, Teradek CEO, said, “Influxis is one of the finest companies operating within the streaming media space. They are highly reliable, at the forefront of technology, and a genuine pleasure to work with.”

Now, all Influxis customers can contact us and take advantage of this special service at no cost for a shared Sputnik Server, or $100 per month for your very own private dedicated Sputnik Server for increased capacity, customizability and security.

With Influxis and Teradek powering your next live streaming project, you can go live wherever and whenever in full HD – for your live events, in your car, or even for live wildlife gaming. It’s true freedom in creativity. Dare to stream.

UPDATE: YOU CAN READ THE OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE ON THE INFLUXIS/TERADEK PARTNERSHIP HERE.

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