UHP Networks, a leading developer of software-definable VSAT technologies, and TeamCast, a recognized manufacturer of modulators and demodulators for satellite broadcasters, have conducted successful integration of their cutting-edge products to come up with a uniquely powerful architecture of multiservice wideband VSAT modem equipment that integrates satellite-receiver technology from STMicroelectronics. UHP Networks’ new HTS Hub, powered by the TeamCast TYGER wideband DVB-S2X modulator extends the symbol rates in the Outbound or Forward Link up to 480 Msps per carrier, while supporting the entire DVB-S2X range of Modulation and Coding sets (MODCODs) up to 256APSK.
Unique solution featuring hybrid connectivity that enables reliable broadband in underserved regions
BISS-CA conditional access system jointly developed with the EBU
Qligent’s Ted Korte and GatesAir’s Martyn Horspool to detail transformative compliance monitoring, QoS/QoE optimization strategies for RF sites
Ravensbourne University graduates’ academic year reaches its zenith this week with the production of ‘The Degree Show,’ which is broadcast to parts of Greater London under special DVB licence with the support of transmission equipment provided by Rohde & Schwarz.
Demonstrations highlight how service providers and content owners can address key trends shaping the future of pay-TV in the Asia-Pacific region and include OTT, Android TV, direct-to-TV solutions and anti-piracy services.
After the U.S. antitrust regulators indicated they would not seek a delay, the AT&T has closed $85 billion deal for Time Warner AT&T Inc. The AT&T ruling is expected to trigger a wave of mergers in the media sector, which has been upended by companies like Netflix Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google.
Comcast, the US distribution operator, has made a fresh offer to the 21st Century Fox; the all cash offer of $65 billion includes 21st Century Fox’s film and television assets which include Star India.
AT&T’s $85 billion takeover of media conglomerate Time Warner has got the green light of the US District Court. The Judge Richard Leon did not find merit in the US Department of Justice’s concerns that the deal would harm competition.
The social networking giant Facebook is just not stopping on data sharing. It has now admitted that it allows advertisers to target users based on their "interests" and "behaviors". In new documents released by Facebook to answer questions raised by two Senate committees probing social media privacy, the social networking giant has admitted that it allows advertisers to target users based on their "interests" and "behaviors".
The two channels from NDTV, NDTV 24×7 and NDTV Good Times, have been included by the American pay-TV platform Comcast which has expanded its international channel line-up for Xfinity TV customers by including 42 networks.
On 8 June, the Zee News Channel carried an extensive primetime report which showed how the government has to find innovative ways when citizens do not change their habits.
The leading global media conglomerate Turner International has made an equity investment in Bright Little Labs (BLL), a UK-based early stage company which creates and distributes edutainment content for kids. The investment was made by Turner’s Digital Ventures & Innovation (DV&I) group.
On 6 June, the social media giant Facebook finally accepted that it has a data-sharing partnership with Chinese firms including Huawei, though the latter denied any data leak. As per agreements, the Chinese firms could have access to users' data to help them build Facebook "experiences" on their smartphones.
On 5 June, the Government of UK okayed21st Century Fox’s bid to take over Sky. But it added a condition that Sky News be offloaded to a third party such as Disney. The UK government also gave green light to bid for Sky from Comcast.
To deliver golf content directly to consumers in 220 markets outside the United States over the next 12 years, the Discovery Inc. has partnered with PGA Tour and acquired the rights for $2 billion. Discovery is reaching audiences around the world through its Eurosport network and other channels.
As per reports published in leading international dailies on 4 June, the social media giant Facebook is still giving users’ data to phone makers. It struck agreements allowing phone and other device makers access to vast amounts of its users’ personal information.
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