SatComm2014 will unveil the largest contingent of satellite companies witnessed at any single ICT trade event in Asia at CommunicAsia2014.
SatComm2014 will feature more than 160 global and regional satellite and satellite-based communication enterprises present this year.
At SatComm2014, the global satellite community is able to leverage on the event’s strategic base to showcase the latest satellite communications and turnkey solutions that meets the critical need for reliable and secure connectivity of not just Asia’s entire mobile ecosystem, but also the broadcast, enterprise, government, maritime, military and oil and gas sectors. The event is also the arena of choice for professionals to gather key updates that addresses satellite-related critical issues from across the region.
Confirmed exhibitors include APT Satellite, Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS), Asia Satellite Telecommunications (AsiaSat), China Satellite Communications, Eutelsat, Gilat, Inmarsat, Intelsat, MEASAT, Newtec, SES, Singapore Technologies Electronics, SingTel Satellite, THAICOM and many more.
Commenting on their showcase at SatComm2014, Lim Kian Soon, Head of returning exhibitor SingTel Satellite said: “Asia’s satellite landscape is currently undergoing a phase where several prevalent trends can lead to wider growth streams for industry players. For instance, we see an increasing adoption of broadband services in the maritime business. Demand for cellular backhaul is also on the rise, fuelled by growing data demands and the move to faster networks. DTH will continue to be the key driver for the growth of transponder demand this year where we see a boom in Asia.
“SingTel Satellite will be showcasing a series of innovative satellite services and solutions for broadcasters, enterprises and government agencies at SatComm2014. Our playout and (OTT) broadcast solutions will provide the next generation of content management services and provide users with a whole new way of viewing content. SatComm2014 is an ideal platform to meet potential partners for strategic business partnerships and collaboration as well as to keep abreast of the latest technology so as to stay relevant to the satellite industry”