Venue: Suntec Singapore, Level 4, 4U3-01
For the 1st time at BroadcastAsia! Get up close and personal with satellite companies at the SatComm Lounge and find out more on the more on the satellite communications solutions that they are offering and the latest advancements in satellite industry.
Catch AsiaSat, Eutelsat, Newtec and PCCW Global there and have you queries answered!
AsiaSat offers reliable satellite connectivity and media solutions to clients in the broadcast and telecom sectors, focusing on enhancing the end-user experience with groundbreaking solutions and comprehensive satellite fleet. From traditional content distribution to headends, telcos, DTH, DTT platforms; Occasional Use; to new IP-based, hybrid OTT service, AsiaSat supports the digital divide, aiming to be the foremost satellite solutions provider, instinctive partner of choice in Asia Pacific.
Eutelsat is one of the world’s leading and most experienced satellite operators. With coverage of Asia-Pacific, America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, their capacity on 39 satellites enables video, data and broadband communications to be established irrespective of a user’s location. Based in Singapore, Eutelsat Asia embodies Eutelsat’s long-term commitment to the Asia-Pacific region, working locally with clients to deliver the highest quality of service.
Newtec is specialised in designing, developing and manufacturing equipment and technologies for satellite communications. As a pioneer in the industry, Newtec is dedicated to creating new possibilities for the broadcast, consumer and enterprise VSAT, government and defense, cellular backhaul and trunking and mobility including maritime markets.
Covering more than 3,000 cities and 150 countries, the PCCW Global network supports a portfolio of integrated global communications solutions which include Ethernet, IP, fiber and satellite transmission solutions, international voice and VoIPX services, managed network & security services and their expanding “as-a-service” solutions including OTT video and Unified Communications.