LiveLitigation to Release New LocalRealtime Router

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LiveLitigation announces the release of a new router for their onsite realtime delivery software, LocalRealtime.

LiveLitigation LocalRealtime Router
We are excited to bring this router to the market. Not only will court reporters be able to power it up using the USB port on their computer, but the size has been reduced drastically. It is now small enough to fit in the palm of their hand!

LiveLitigation, the legal industry’s leading provider of local and remote litigation event software announced today the release of a new, redesigned router for their onsite realtime delivery software, LocalRealtime.

LocalRealtime is a universal product that provides court reporters with a method for wirelessly delivering their realtime transcript to attorneys and other legal professionals participating in onsite depositions, trials, hearings, arbitrations, and mediations. LocalRealtime works off of two main components. First, the StenoDirectPlus Plugin, which creates a bridge between a court reporter’s CAT software and LiveLitigation’s realtime viewing software, and second, a wireless router.

LocalRealtime’s wireless router is the backbone of the product, as it contains custom firmware and proprietary realtime viewing software. Basically, when connected to a court reporter’s computer it creates a secure local area network that onsite litigation event attendees can wirelessly connect to from any PC, Mac, iPad, Android tablet, or Kindle Fire to view realtime transcript.

Effective August 1, 2016, LiveLitigation will be giving LocalRealtime a facelift with the release of a newly designed router. The new router will include all of the same features that has made LiveLitigation the industry's go-to product for legal proceedings, like true wireless realtime, universal transcript delivery, and simultaneous internet access, but it will now be easier to setup, USB-powered, and about the size of a post-it note.

When asked the reason LiveLitigation decided to replace what is currently being offered, Tawny Labrum, Marketing Director for LiveLitigation stated, “Our clients. We started selling LocalRealtime more than three years ago. Over that period of time we have asked for and received feedback from hundreds of court reporters. The majority of responses circled around the fact that they felt the router we were offering was too large, and the AC power adapter often got disconnected by accident. After doing research and looking for a replacement that would meet the needs of our clients, yet still be as reliable and sturdy as our current offering, we found the perfect replacement. We are excited to bring this router to the market. Not only will court reporters be able to power it up using the USB port on their computer, but the size has been reduced drastically. It is now small enough to fit in the palm of their hand!”

For more information on LiveLitigation’s LocalRealtime product, please visit their website at http://www.livedeposition.com/localrealtime.html or call (888) 337-6411.

About LiveLitigation

Headquartered in Encino, CA, LiveLitigation is powered by MegaMeeting.com, a long-time resident of the video and web conferencing industry. As the only all-in-one universal litigation event solution on the market, LiveLitigation provides the Legal Industry with local and cloud-based remote deposition, trial, mediation, and arbitration solutions, as well as electronic exhibits, web-based video conferencing and toll-free conferencing services. Being exempt from typical download and installation requirements, LiveLitigation works on all internet browsers, connects to all CAT software and litigation realtime viewers as well as offers mobile apps for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire users, making its state-of-the-art solutions easily accessible via PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads, as well as all Android enabled tablets and smartphones.

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