Tata Comm announces multi-year collaboration with Dorna Sports


Tata Communications and Dorna Sports, the exclusive commercial and television rights holder of the FIM MotoGP World Championship, today renewed and strengthened their exclusive multi-year strategic collaboration – bringing the spectacle of the close racing and incredible competition of MotoGP to nearly half a billion homes worldwide.

With its suite of world-leading digital media offerings, Tata Communications enables the world’s premier motorcycle racing series to deliver an innovative and transformed viewing experience to its fans around the world.

Tata Communications’ multimedia services will allow MotoGP to continue to deliver excellent video quality, coupled with incredible speed, delivering the race live from the track to viewers’ screens in just tenths of a second.



Tata Communications and Dorna teams will also accelerate the migration from on-site traditional media production to remote production which will culminate in a future cloud-based model, increasing the number of video signals from 60 to 110 – some with ultra-low latency – delivering more content to viewers and enabling the innovation of immersive sound produced remotely.

These remote production capabilities, combined with the global video content delivery network, will also enable increased remote streaming of live track action, supporting the increased sustainability and long-term environmental goals of MotoGP and Dorna Sports. as the two continue to work together on breakthrough technologies and solutions.

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