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New Eutelsat division to drive government-based business

Eutelsat Communications has created a new division in the UK which will drive its strategy for serving providers...

Next level of video compression

Integrated Microwave Technologies showcased its Nucomm Newscoder 4 low-power, HD/SD, video/audio encoder with AES encryption at last week’s NAB show in Las Vegas. The compact Newscoder 4 is designed to work with any transmitter and delivers superior MPEG-4 H.264 SD and HD encoding, enabling broadcasters to transmit HD content efficiently over the same infrastructure used to transmit SD content.

Successful launch for new DStv satellite

Intelsat on Thursday successfully launched a new satellite that will be used in part by DStv parent MultiChoice...

India puts 104 satellites into orbit

India completes record satellite launch as space war intensifies...

SES and Eutelsat settle their 28-degree dispute

Satellite operators SES and Eutelsat have finally settled their long-running dispute over the right to operate at 28.5 degrees East, Broadband TV News reported today...

ITU to tackle satellite jamming

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has applauded an International Telecommunication Union (ITU) move to allow governments to take "necessary actions" when foreign powers deliberately interfere with satellite transmissions.

Extending the DTT multiplex

A global provider of video delivery solutions and services has chosen ATG Broadcast to prefabricate a multiplex system as part of the extension of terrestrial digital video broadcasting services for...

Eutelsat selects Airbus Defence and Space and Orbital ATK to build replacement video satellite

To be launched in 2018, EUTELSAT 5 West B will replace the EUTELSAT 5 West A satellite...

The CLEAR solution

At Mediatech Africa, CLEAR™, the award-winning hybrid cloud technology platform from Prime Focus Technologies (PFT), was showcased on the stand of PFT’s South African partner, LaserNet...

Namibia plans June DTT launch

The Namibian government is looking at an on-air DTT (digital terrestrial television) launch date of June 2013, following the April switch-on of the DTT transmitter in Gross Herzog, which covers the whole of Windhoek...
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