Mushroom Networks Inc., a provider of broadband bonding solutions, announced Monday that its its authorized partners in the United States and internationally can now resell its new Streamer the webcasting and video streaming device.
Mushroom Networks’ Streamer is a portable device that bonds multiple broadband connections (fixed or wireless) into a single high-speed pipe optimized for transmitting live video and audio webcasts from anywhere cellular service is available. Streamer works with other webcasting equipment, including encoders, switchers, software encoders on laptops as a video source as well as content delivery networks (CDNs) such as Ustream, Livestream, Justin.tv, Akamai, Limelight and others.
Mushroom Networks offers remote online demonstrations of Steamer and full technical support to resellers and their clients before negotiations or purchase.
Streamer solves the issue of grainy poor picture quality due to buffering and lack of available bandwidth,” said Dr. Cahit Akin, co-founder and CEO of Mushroom Networks. By adding Streamer to our VAR program, resellers now have a best-in-class offering for broadcasters, blogger, media houses or anyone needing to stream live content over the Web.”
Mushroom Networks Gold VAR program includes the companys complete line of products, its flagship Truffle with ability to combine up to 12 wired broadband connections plus two USB cellular card for enterprises; PortaBella a wireless solution that combines up to four USB 3G or 4G cellular cards targeting various mobile applications, such as traveling sales, temporary offices and remote locations; and TelePorter a wireless 3G or 4G solution for transmitting live high-quality broadcasts from the field.
All products are Ethernet-based turnkey solutions that installs between the broadband modems (or cellular cards) and the local network at the customers premises without requiring any configuration changes to the existing network or coordination with the ISP or carrier. These capabilities give the customer the ability to mix and match various services from multiple broadband providers delivering built-in redundancy.
Currently Mushroom Networks has more than 300 reseller partners around the world including North America, South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific.