Teradek Announces Serv Micro

The WiFi-based wireless video-transmitter system works with or without an internet connection and functions as both a local solution and a cloud-enabled one.

Teradek has announced Serv Micro, an HDMI wireless-video and production-streaming solution.

“Serv Micro integrates WiFi-based wireless video with off-set streaming setups for real-time collaboration no matter the size of the production budget,” says Greg Smokler, general manager of Creative Solutions’ Cine division.

Serv Micro is a WiFi-based wireless video-transmitter system that works with or without an internet connection, a local solution that supports up to 10 local-device streams, and a cloud-enabled solution that manages and shares live camera feeds on unlimited devices at any location.

Up to 10 devices can stream on a local network using Teradek’s Vuer app (with iOS, Android, PC and MacOS support). Unlimited devices can access live streaming and instant recordings via the Teradek Core cloud platform. If internet connection is lost, recordings are saved to an SD card for secure upload once connection has been restored. Streams are compatible with MacOS, iOS, Android and web browsers.

Serv Micro comes equipped with HDMI in and loop-through, Ethernet and WiFi connectivity, an auxiliary audio input, USB type A connection and a built-in L-Series battery plate.

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