Debuting its latest end-to-end OTT cloud solution, which is designed to enable broadcasters to offer subscribers the best of TV with immediate access to personalised content anytime, anywhere and on any device, is SatLink Communications.
According to the company, the new end-to-end OTT solution, which is designed for broadcasters and operators, will offer a full telco grade broadcasting experience from the creation of new feeds through to the transcoding, live content streaming and management tools, for a simple, friendly and fun user experience across all devices.
Maximising Satlink’s access to content and aggregation capabilities through a pay-per-service model, the new E2E OTT cloud solution was developed to meet growing customer demands and generate new revenue streams for broadcasters. The solution will enable broadcasters, such as sports, movies, lifestyle or ethnic content owners, to offer live and VoD content to their subscribers via what SatLink believes is a cost-effective and interactive cloud-based service platform.
With the ability to launch a managed service via the cloud within days, SatLink says that subscribers will be able to receive personalised content via both an application and STBs based on their preferences with interactive content options, endless ‘TV-alike’ features and new monetisation capabilities.
The company is also exhibiting its capabilities to provide end-to-end broadcasting solutions and support for all global live, linear and nonlinear digital media requirements including satellite uplink, downlink, turnaround and multi feeds aggregation for pay TV operators; sports and news occasional use delivery; playout; content management, digital archival and TV channels localisation; productions, realtime news monitoring and satellite engineering solutions.
During the show, SatLink is offering special promotions on its new Hotbird DVB-S2 platform, in co-operation with Sky Italia, and AsiaSat 5 DVB-S2 satellite platform to aid international broadcasters looking to expand their reach into new television markets in Europe and Asia.