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“Tieline is delighted to partner with Josh Bohn and the team at The MaxxKonnect Group, who have been strong supporters of Tieline over many years,” said Doug Ferber, V.P. sales Americas. “There are obvious synergies between Tieline codecs and the prioritized, high speed LTE internet service MaxxKonnect provides for broadcast applications. We look forward to a bright future delivering the best codecs paired with the market-leading cellular bandwidth solution.”
The MaxxKonnect Group offers broadcast equipment integration and turnkey services, prioritized cellular connectivity solutions, and equipment sales. According to Tieline, this new partnership means MaxxKonnect can now provide integrated solutions for engineers requiring Tieline codecs with QoS cellular connectivity in a range of remote broadcast and transmitter site applications.
“I’ve been using and installing Tieline codecs for years,” said Josh Bohn, president and CEO of The MaxxKonnect Group. “The first POTS codec I ever worked with was the Patriot, more than 20 years ago. We are thrilled to be working closely with Tieline to be able to provide quality end-to-end IP audio delivery solutions for our customers. A big thank you to Doug, Jake, Dawn, Glenn, Will, Charlie and the entire Tieline team for their continued support and confidence in MaxxKonnect.”
Watch here Tieline’s Doug Ferber interview distribution partner Josh Bohn from MaxxKonnect Group about its prioritized high speed cellular service and how it can assist codec users.