At CABSAT 2017, stand I2-35, Quicklink will demonstrate their new Remote Communicator solution. The solution enables you to create ad hoc ultra-low delay video/audio contributions from any device using a web browser, easily share high quality return video to a remote user and integrate ultra-low delay audio commentary into your workflow.


At BVE and CABSAT 2017, Quicklink will show their new, ground-breaking Remote Communicator solution. The Remote Communicator which was launched in January 2017 allows you to stream real time, full duplex ultra-low delay audio/video or audio only that is sent and received from a single web browser, enabling broadcasters to create high quality, ultra-low latency video and audio contributions.

The Quicklink Remote Communicator is a complete versatile solution that can be used on Quicklink hardware or installed on the users own hardware. The new solution includes cloud advanced firewall punch through with automatic fall back to Quicklink Relay Services guaranteeing connectivity on the most challenging and secured networks.


Lorraine is the early weekday morning, lifestyle and entertainment show for ITV presented by Lorraine Kelly. Every Thursday, the Lorraine show features live consultation with Dr Hilary Jones where members of the public can obtain the latest health news and advice.

The Lorraine team required a solution to allow viewers to join the ‘Open Surgery’ segment to get health news and advice from Dr Hilary. One of the requirements needed by the Lorraine production team was to be able to speak to the callers through the Studio 3 Gallery Talkback system, which was made possible using the Quicklink TX Quad.

The Quicklink TX Quad allows the Loraine production team to queue up to 4 callers in a Virtual Waiting Room to speak to Dr Hilary during the ‘Open Surgery’ segment of Lorraine.

Before the production, producers send out Skype invitations to those that have pre-registered their interest on the show website. The production team are then able to line up the contributors on the Skype TX Controller management interface. John Barling of ITV explains: “Being able to professionally manage the contributors in a controlled environment is an important part of our workflow”.

Front Veiw: The Quicklink TX Quad
Front Veiw: The Quicklink TX Quad

On November 4th, Global Campus Network, a collaborative and interactive international student media network, held a live show giving an international student perspective of the potential outcome of the U.S election. For the show, a Quicklink TX Quad allowed London Southbank University to co-host the discussion alongside Ryerson University via Skype, while allowing students in eight countries around the world to join the collaborative video discussion.

The one-hour live show “From Where We Stand” examined the potential global impact of the U.S election. The show produced by international students from eight countries, discussed how the outcome of the U.S Election would ripple across the globe. The show featured stories, interviews and discussions spanning topics from international relations to media politics.

Global Campus Network required a solution to gain complete interactivity with its international educational partners. Rick Grunberg, Managing Executive Director of Global Campus Network explained: “The Quicklink TX Quad setup and connectivity made it really efficient to get everyone involved easily and effectively”.


Skype and world-renowned magazine Glamour came together for International Day of the Girl to power a live conversation and discussion between Michelle Obama and adolescent girls around the world on the importance of education. For the event, Mulberry School for Girls, a high achieving, oversubscribed and successful girls’ comprehensive school joined in on the global live conversation using the Quicklink TX Multi.

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For the conversation, Mulberry School for Girls required a high quality broadcast camera to interface with Skype. The event was watched by 75 students and the American Ambassador who were seated in the school’s theatre. It was very important that this output was displayed professionally without any other distractions. XLR audio outputs allowed Mulberry School for Girls to easily integrate with their theatre sound system. These requirements made the Quicklink TX the perfect solution.

“Mulberry School for Girls was delighted and honoured to be asked to be the United Kingdom venue for the global conversation on Women’s education on International Day of the Girl. For the event we wanted a reliable solution that would manage a high quality camera feed but also allowed the students participating in the event to have the best experience possible when watching the live stream” Christopher Stone, Theatre Technical Manager at Mulberry School for Girls.