Satellite uplink services are vitally important in the region, and MX1 continues to be a leader in content delivery via SES and Nilesat platforms, operating on E7WA at 7.3 West and E8WB at 8.0 West, reaching an audience of more than 52 million viewers
MX1 will highlight the scope of its traditional satellite uplink services at CABSAT 2018. With a strong presence in the Middle East and reliable ground capabilities for regional and global reach via satellite, fibre, and IP, MX1 enables broadcasters and pay-TV providers in the region to expand their reach, dramatically simplify video distribution, and accelerate monetisation.
Satellite uplink services are vitally important in the region, and MX1 continues to be a leader in content delivery via SES and Nilesat platforms, operating on E7WA at 7.3 West and E8WB at 8.0 West, reaching an audience of more than 52 million viewers. In addition to showing these capabilities, MX1 will highlight its access to Hot Bird, Galaxy 19, Asiasat 5, Optus D2, Hispasat 5, SES-5, SES-6, and NSS-12 for global distribution beyond the region.
MX1 will also showcase its range of playout facilities and capabilities from entry-level to fully managed applications in both SD and HD. MX1’s playout services support IP transport and delivery to single and multiple satellite, cable, or distribution platforms and headends. Relying on MX1’s extensive playout services, content providers can distribute point to point, point to multipoint, single screen to multiscreen, and to smart devices and tablets around the globe. A key highlight will be MX1’s remote cloud-based managed playout functionalities, which provide a cost-effective solution for the playout and localization of SD, HD, and UHD sports channels. By embracing MX1 cloud-based playout, content providers can create new sports channels rapidly, with full operator control over content and graphics.
“MX1 is a major player in the MENA market, with established customers and a solid infrastructure backbone. Thanks to our close relationship with SES and other major satellite operators in the market, we are providing truly global reach via satellite, fibre, and IP,” said Fadi Gharbieh, VP of sales MENA at MX1. “At CABSAT, we will address the latest trends in the region, including the need for reliable satellite uplink services; efficient, fully managed playout; and an end-to-end platform for OTT distribution. With MX1’s services and solutions, broadcasters and service providers can deliver content ? including 4K and UHD content ? to every screen faster, at a lower cost, and with more advanced capabilities than their competitors.”