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Es’hailSat showcases its latest offerings at IBC 2023

Es’hailSat has unveiled playout and media services alongside cutting-edge satellites and teleport facility at the event.

Es’hailSat has unveiled its latest offerings, including Playout and Media services, in conjunction with its advanced satellite fleet consisting of Es’hail-1, Es’hail-2, and the 50,000 sqm teleport facility located in Doha at IBC 2023. Both Es’hail-1 and Es’hail-2 are currently transmitting premium Direct-to-Home (DTH) television content from the highly coveted 25.5°/26° East hotspot.

Es’hail-2, a high-performance satellite renowned for its anti-jamming capabilities, holds a strategic position at the 26° East hotspot, dedicated to TV broadcasting. It serves as the primary source for premium DTH television content distribution across the Middle East and North Africa.

Es’hailSat’s 50,000 sqm teleport stands as a symbol of secure and independent satellite transmission solutions. The facility supports satellite Tracking, Telemetry, and Control (TT&C) and capacity management together with a wide range of services including uplink, downlink, multiplexing, encoding, playout, VSAT and other value-added services. The high-tech teleport will also provide back-up studios for TV channels and serve as a disaster recovery facility for customers.

Ali Al Kuwari, President and CEO of Es’hailSat, said: “We have been expanding upon our gamut of services since the launch of Es’hail-1 & Es’hail-2 to grow beyond our local market, and now with the newly launched Playout and Media services together with our 50,000sqm Teleport, a global event such as IBC gives us the right platform to engage with customers and partners and showcase our capabilities and achievements. We are pleased to be exhibiting once again at IBC and announcing the launch of our Playout services as we see this exhibition as an integral part of our business development efforts to attract international customers who seek optimal coverage while valuing broadcasting independence and quality of service.”