NOORSAT is preparing to visit IBC, the event to be held at the RAI in Amsterdam from 9-13 September. IBC will offer delegates the opportunity to view the very latest advancements in broadcast technology, to meet and network with existing and potential customers and to discuss technological developments with the people who are making them happen.
The viewing habits of millions are rapidly changing as people look for much more from their viewing experiences. No longer is linear TV the only option; the rise of VoD and interactive TV has completely changed the experience from a customer perspective. The broadcasters that use satellite capacity to reach their customers are evolving with their clients’ demands and they require more from their service provider than ever before. They seek managed services that can enable them to offer the full range of broadcast services. NOORSAT is focused upon meeting the changing expectations of its customers and is constantly tuned into the market developments.
Now in its tenth year of business, NOORSAT provides users with highly reliable Direct-to-Home (DTH) TV services from the only two hotspots serving the Arab World. NOORSAT also provides satellite capacities to serve the increased demand for all other types of telecom services including video, telephony and Internet. The company’s state-of-the-art Teleport and Broadcast Centre enables the company to provide the very highest quality services including Occasional Use TV, playout and turnaround services with absolute dedication to its customers.
Omar Shoter, CEO of NOORSAT commented: “At NOORSAT, our priority is to remain at the cutting edge, so that we may provide the very best infrastructure and services to our customers. IBC is an important event in the satellite calendar as it allows us to meet with the industry and with our customers to discuss topics that matter to them. It also gives us a good idea of where the industry is heading and how we need to adapt to meet future demands.”