Satellite & Transmission

Satellite & Transmission

SES enables StarTimes to expand coverage in Africa

Global satellite operator SES has announced today that StarTimes Communication Network Technology, China’s most influential system integrator, technology provider and network operator, has signed a 10-year contract...

ENENSYS launches new test and measurement division Test-Tree

ENENSYS Technologies, designers and manufacturers of digital TV transmission technologies and test and measurement equipment...

Ampegon and TRANSRADIO collaborate

Two leading transmitter manufacturers - Ampegon Group and TRANSRADIO SenderSysteme Berlin AG - have entered a strategic business...

Satellite broadband service YahClick to expand to 19 African countries

UAE-based satellite operator, Yahsat, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tele10 Group, a regional broadcast and internet service provider, to discuss collaborations for...

Enensys presents new content monetising solution

Enensys Technologies' AdsEdge solution is designed to enable broadcasters to more effectively monetise content...

SkyVision launches two platforms to deliver content to Africa

SkyVision Global Networks announced a partnership with ABS to launch two new video platforms on ABS-3A...

South Africa chosen to host United Nations Africa satellite symposium

Africa’s first-ever conference focussing exclusively on the small satellite industry

Satellite provider expands operations

SatLink Communications Ltd has expanded its operations into Asia by opening a new office in Singapore. The company will use its strategic location in the Middle East, connecting East and West, to provide broadcasters and content owners with the ability to deliver Asian content to Europe, Africa, Middle East and Americas.

Dejero and Intelsat partner on new solution to deliver reliable video transmissions solution

The collaboration provides broadcasters with a new blended cellular and Ku-band IP solution for live television coverage from remote locations...

Mission impossible?

"It is an uphill battle for Africa to complete the migration from analogue broadcasting to digital terrestrial television (DTT) by 2015, the deadline set by the international Telecommunications Union (ITU) and I can’t see that any country will meet this deadline.'
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