AVIWEST is a world leading provider of video contribution uplink systems for live streaming over bonded 3G/4G cellular networks.
Shaping tomorrow’s live video
Headquartered in Saint-Grégoire, Western France, AVIWEST supports broadcasters and other video professionals worldwide through international sales offices and distribution networks across more than 120 countries.
At AVIWEST, we are dedicated to helping our customers respond to present and future challenges by providing them with remote live newsgathering and surveillance solutions that are portable, cost-effective, and reliable while guaranteeing exceptional video quality from any location around the world.
World-Class live video solutions
Leveraging expertise in video and wireless networks, AVIWEST developed the world’s most advanced DMNG (Digital Mobile News Gathering) system. The DMNG system is currently being used by leading broadcasters in more than 80 countries to cover breaking news and live events.
AVIWEST’s DMNG system enables broadcasters and video professionals to affordably capture and broadcast live HD video from anywhere in the world. The flexible system utilizes multiple networks, including 3G/4G cellular wireless networks, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite, and a full range of mobile devices, from tablets and smartphones to the patented industry-leading DMNG PRO180 transmitter.
The AVIWEST founders start working on the DMNG (Digital Mobile News Gathering) project.
AVIWEST, the company, is established.
The world’s first portable 3G video uplink transmitter, IBIS DMNG, is unveiled at IBC 2009.
TV channels in Europe, Asia, and Latin America begin deploying the AVIWEST DMNG system.
The first nationwide deployment of AVIWEST’s IBIS DMNG system takes place. Several national and regional TV channels use the AVIWEST solution to cover the regional French elections.
AVIWEST releases IBIS DMNG v2. The product supports network bonding of up to four 3G/4G cellular networks.
The company relocates to a bigger office in Rennes, France, in order to address continuous growth.
AVIWEST unveils the DMNG PRO180, the world’s most advanced portable cellular video uplink transmitter, at the NAB trade show. The DMNG PRO180 embeds eight internal modems with custom high-gain antennas and two cutting-edge video encoders.
The DMNG PRO110, which includes 10 external USB modems, is released during the IBC trade show.
Production of the DMNG PRO180 exceeds 1000 units.
The company moves to new offices in Saint-Grégoire, where all hardware and software development and production activities continue to this day.
The company expands its presence in Asia by opening a new office in Hong Kong.
AVIWEST opens a new Sales & Support office in Santiago de Chile.