AsiaSat to highlight end-to-end managed services for broadcast and data sectors

SAILAS’s new value-added services embrace three key areas, including Video Streaming Service, Antenna System Solution and Enhanced Out-of-Band Management solution.

AsiaSat will be back at CABSAT to introduce to the MENA region a number of new initiatives from the operator. In March, it announced plans to expand SAILAS’s end-to-end managed connectivity service for the maritime sector with a wide range of value-added services that will further increase operational efficiency and safety for vessel operators, and enhance the communication and entertainment experience of crews and passengers on board.

This new initiative marks an important step towards strengthening AsiaSat’s capability in delivering end-to-end managed services to support the digital transformation of the maritime sector. The new value-added services will include the addition of a video streaming service to SAILAS’s portfolio of metered and non-metered data service plans, out-of-band management (OBM) and all-embracing antenna system solutions, establishing a complete service network crafted to address the requirements of all maritime sub-verticals including fisheries, merchant shipping, passenger boats, yachting, as well as oil and gas.

Raymond Chow, Vice President – Business Development & Strategy, AsiaSat, said: “We are excited to bolster SAILAS’s end-to-end solution offerings with enhanced value-added services, enabling clients to enjoy optimal operational efficiency and provide more diverse entertainment and communication services to their customers. This is achieved through synergising our space and ground solutions with technologies from some of the best-of-breed solutions and service providers. As we continue to build strong partnerships with other technology providers to make SAILAS an optimal choice for the maritime community, we also look for opportunities to collaborate with different channel partners who want to create additional new value and service models for their customers.”

Since its launch in Q3 2021, SAILAS has been expanding its maritime coverage, serving a wide area from the Mediterranean Sea, Middle East, South Asia to South East Asia; passing through major shipping routes across the Suez Canal, the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, the Strait of Malacca and the Indonesian archipelagic waters. Vessel operators can rely on SAILAS to support their access to smart applications and information, including real-time weather data, timely instructions from shore, internet connectivity, while a range of data service plans, from pay-as-you-go Gigabyte Plan to value-for-money Standard Plan that offers unlimited data is available to meet the ongoing and seasonal requirements of different maritime verticals.

SAILAS’s new, enhanced value-added services embrace three key areas including Video Streaming Service, Antenna System Solution and Enhanced Out-of-Band Management (OBM) Solution

AsiaSat will also discuss some of its other initiatives in enhancing its end-to-end media solution by providing full vertical integration that combines the power of broadcasting via satellite, and live streaming by its subsidiary One Click Go Live. Its expertise in content aggregation, media management and distribution will enable clients to enjoy the benefits of increased audience reach and enhanced engagement across different content delivery platforms.

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