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A surge of live streaming performances

In recent months, following the effects of the global pandemic, the constraints of Coronavirus isolation have halted most recreational activities, including the nightlife scene. Despite these dire circumstances, entertainers and artists, like Joe T Vannelli , didn't let this get them down, but rather responded in innovative ways like Live Streaming. Live streaming has provided artists with a means to connect with audiences while maintaining social distance.

Joe T Vannelli's journey began in 1977. He has always been a leader with his mind and soul in amazing clubs and parties. He is often the center of attention, which leads him to create the history of the house on numerous occasions.


Scheduling a live stream broadcast can be incredibly complex, but it has become the new norm in recent times. In response to this, Vannelli and his team turned to our partner, ComputerArea . They were looking for a reliable solution that would allow them to experience a reliable and uninterrupted connection even when the LTE band is low. Vannelli wanted to give his fans a feel of the live conditions while capturing some of the most beautiful and picturesque locations on his tour. This includes the beautiful city of Genoa, home to the newly inaugurated San Giorgio bridge.


To provide seamless connectivity when streaming live music, the team installed a MAX Transit Duo LTEA at the performance venue and a FusionHub on the central server. This creates a SpeedFusion tunnel which guarantees the Vannelli team the best possible connection. In addition, Peplink WAN Smoothing technology ensures seamless video streaming, mitigating the effect of packet loss and erratic network latency. Using InControl2 , technicians can perform configurations and troubleshooting to overcome technical hurdles during live streams.

The future of live streaming

Entertainers like Joe T Vannelli have embraced live streaming during this unprecedented time. Its potential to increase their audience is one of the positives that emerged from the pandemic. Live streaming is unlikely to completely disappear after COVID-19. Instead, we will see greater integration of the online presence . So it can be said that creative industries will transform after COVID-19. But without a doubt, it is important to remember that if live streaming continues to grow, we will have to continually invest to overcome any technical obstacles that artists like Joe T Vannelli may face in the future.

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