- Virtualized video headend system offers a single, compact solution that can scale to support hundreds of channels across DTH, OTT, IPTV, cable and terrestrial TV.
- Internet of Things services and solutions take advantage of Globecomm’s high-speed, multi-connectivity network and combines a single multi-technology platform for managing everything from multiple networks and devices to SCADA/remote monitoring and business applications.
- Globecomm executives will speak during the GVF conference at CABSAT on innovation in MENA’s satellite technologies and services, and the new mobility paradigm for air and sea.
Hauppauge, NY, USA – January 3, 2018 – At CABSAT 2018, Globecomm will introduce to the EMEA market Vector, a virtualized video headend system offering a single, compact solution to support hundreds of channels across all distribution platforms. Vector replaces the need for a traditional data center with a compact solution that significantly reduces rack space, cabling and power, whether hosted on Globecomm’s network or implemented at a customer site.
Scalable to hundreds of channels, Vector’s IP-centric platform simplifies the processing, packaging and customization of video content – and every process from acquisition and contribution to playout and distribution – across DTH, OTT, IPTV, cable and terrestrial TV. It leverages Globecomm’s robust satellite, IP and fiber content delivery networks and the company’s extensive experience with design and integration of media infrastructure.
Visitors to Globecomm’s stand ZB2-C50 at CABSAT 2018 will also have an opportunity to learn about Globecomm’s latest Internet of Things (IoT) solutions designed for a variety of applications and markets. The Globecomm IoT platform provides a single interface for managing multiple networks and applications, including device management, provisioning, billing, invoicing, rate plan management and API. Fleet and management applications feature GPS tracking and Geofencing, and SCADA/remote monitoring applications are available for controlling remote equipment anywhere in the world. Globecomm will also highlight its dual-mode IoT devices and fixed and transportable terminals. Globecomm’s global network of satellite communications teleports and high-speed fiber further enhances these IoT applications by providing the ability to connect anyone to anything, anywhere.
On January 15, two Globecomm senior executives will take part in the GVF conference program during CABSAT. Globecomm’s chief commercial officer Bryan McGuirk will speak on the “Innovation in MENA’s Satellite Technologies & Services Marketplace” panel chaired by Euroconsult’s Stephane Chenard. Senior Vice President Michele Scotto will speak on “The New Mobility Paradigm for Air & Sea” in a panel chaired by SpaceWatch Middle East editor Torstein Kriening.
CABSAT 2018 takes place on January 14-16 at the Dubai World Trade Centre in Dubai, UAE. Globecomm invites attendees to visit its team at stand ZB2-C50. To make an appointment, please go to www.globecomm