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HTS architecture - What are the challenges?
With the advent of high throughput satellites (HTS), the availability, quality and speed of satellite-supported Internet connectivity has boomed like never before. However, with increasing numbers of satellite operators turning their hand to service provision, quality is sometimes questionable, and challenges are growing.
Maxim Usatov, Founder and CTO, and Patrick Gannon, Sales Engineer, BusinessCom Networks
Satellite: Delivering the future of video streaming
Satellite has long played a key role in the distribution of broadcast content to millions of viewers thanks to the wide coverage beams provided in GEO. With the advent of LEO and MEO constellations, and the trend towards non-linear TV, viewing habits have changed; however, content demand can still be met via
Hans Massart, Head of Media and Broadcast, ST Engineering iDirect
August 25, 2021
Enterprise satellite edges towards network as a service
New approaches to network design are making possible the technology changes that support remote working and cloud applications. With the events of the last two years, never before has there been such a push towards enabling these technologies.
Alexandre de Luca, President, Enterprise, Marlink
August 26, 2021
Mission Microwave Technologies is a developer
of revolutionary solid-state power amplifiers
(SSPAs) block upconverters (BUCs) to support
terrestrial, airborne, and space-based applications with a sizeable client base. Francis Auricchio, President and CEO, shared his thoughts on the company’s road to success, and how Mission Microwave views its industry.
Laurence Russell, Assistant Editor, Satellite Evolution Group
April 22, 2021
How a year of distancing has
accelerated mobile broadcasting
With the distance requirements of the pandemic,
the broadcast industry has undergone a little
renaissance developing mobile broadcast
technology, allowing for increasing REMI (remote
integration model) solutions, unlocking new
efficiencies that would not have become apparent without such an atmosphere of adversity.
Laurence Russell, News & Social Editor