The VidiU Series of live streaming encoders is adding a new version to its line, the VidiU Go. Built on Teradek's Cube HEVC platform, it's capable of streaming to Facebook, YouTube, Periscope, Twitch and other online video platforms at 1080p 60fps over cellular.  

VidiU GoVidiU GoCredit: Teradek

If you're familiar with the VidiU and VidiU Pro versions, VidiU Go packs similar tech with H.264 and HEVC built-in to deliver live video in AVC or H.265 during bonded cellular broadcasts. The VidiU Go includes two USB ports designed for Teradek’s optional Node for VidiU Go modems that feature the same performance 3G / 4G / LTE modems found in its high-end systems. Additionally, the VidiU Go can add additional bonded bandwidth via its gigabit Ethernet port and built-in dual-band WiFi.

Node for VidiU GoNode for VidiU GoCredit: Teradek

It also features both HDMI and SDI inputs to interface with mirrorless cameras, DSLRs or larger cameras. The VidiU Go is powered by external Li-Ion batteries via a USB-C port and its compatible with Teradek's iOS video production suite Live:Air Action and VidiU app for iOS which allows you to monitor and configure streams and overlay graphics. You can also stream to multiple video platforms at the same time with Core and Sharelink. 

The VidiU Go retails for $1490 and the Node for VidiU Go will cost $299. 

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