The European Broadcasting Union opted for 2wcoms IP-4c

In 2017, the EBU radio organizations and Eurovision Services engineers agreed to replace the Euroradio Live Network equipment, most of which had reached an end-of-life state.
The challenge was to find a detachment system that would simplify the exchange of live radio concerts; deliver the quality and reliability of a satellite solution; provide extra services such as bi-lateral exchanges and applications beyond concerts; have a latency of not more than 10 seconds; and a lower total cost of ownership.

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