Soliton Systems Announces Rental Program in US for Mobile Broadcasting Equipment

02.06.2020 | News

The Zao/Zao-S are available for events where quality mobile live streaming is a necessity

San Jose, CA:  Soliton Systems USA announces their Smart-telecaster Zao and Zao-S are now available for short-term rentals allowing for high quality live video transmission.

The launch of the rental program allows for organizations to take advantage of the latest innovation in mobile live broadcasting for special events, without a significant upfront investment, giving smaller stations and channels an opportunity to utilize this superior and stable technology.Ideal for news reporting and remote sports production such as the upcoming Summer Games in Tokyo, the Smart-telecaster Zao is the world’s first mobile H.265 HEVC hardware encoder and enables full HD live video mobile transmission of live events from a remote location to anywhere in the world--all with a simple unit attached to the camera.

Our proprietary bonding technology called RASCOW (Real-time Auto-Speed Control based on Waterway model) automatically balances the load between various network base stations during live broadcasting. This allows unprecedented stability in image transmission, even under network congestion or weak network signals.

When asked about the launch of the new rental program, Soliton Systems’ Toshihiko Takabatake shared, "The new rental program allows users to experience Soliton's high-quality video transmission technology at a low cost. It can easily be utilized at your next event to bring HD live video streaming to your viewers."

Soliton Systems develops innovative technology for IT security, remote live broadcasting and special unique embedded solutions. As one of leading Japanese technology companies serving countless industries, Soliton has pioneered IT security solutions for protecting company resources and data from external IT security threats, and recently delivered on the first mobile H265 HEVC solution for the live broadcasting market.

With over 750 employees world-wide and headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, the CEO and founder, Dr. Nobuo Kamata has been a technology-oriented leader. Soliton Systems is

listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

To contact Soliton Systems USA, please call (714) 243-6121or via email at