Satellite Captures the Wave of Video Growth
SES is Trailblazing the Path to the Future Video Ecosystem
In the rapidly evolving landscape of video satellites strengthen the distribution ecosystem. Viewers are increasingly demanding to have an unrestricted experience (any place, any time, any device). Enabling such a video service demands a system with holistic capabilities where satellite enabled distribution retains an essential role. Increasing reach, enhancing quality of experience, and delivering unsurpassed economic efficiency are among the key benefits of putting satellite communication at the centre of present and future distribution ecosystems. As the world leading satellite operator SES has the technology, the global footprint, and the full capability based system to deliver an integrated and entirely complementary video experience. SES details this approach herein.
SES: from playout to media platform creation
SES has defined the role of satellite technology in the new video ecosystem by focusing on a set of future oriented technological innovations, built on providing powerful capacity and high quality services. To begin with, SES’s ambitious satellite launch plan set out for the future will continue to feed the ever increasing bandwidth requirements of today’s video ecosystem. But well beyond capacity, customers can access a full range of video distribution services within the SES group. From playout services, to media platform creation, the value chain of distributing content has become more and more complex. SES cuts through it all and delivers to exacting standards – for the complete video value chain.
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