Dubai's Thuraya Gets Media & Broadcast Certifications

Press Release
Friday, November 16, 2012

Thuraya Telecommunications Company announce certification of a range of MediaComms Solutions for its  IP terminal.

At the heart of Thuraya MediaComms is Thuraya IP, which is the world’s most compact satellite data modem, which is now fully compatible with the media industry’s favored broadcast solutions including: Clipway, Livewire, Globecast, Streambox and Quicklink.

Mr. John Huddle, Head of Media Services at Thuraya said, “Thuraya delivers the highest standards of reliability, security and performance so that journalists can remain focused on breaking the news, without having to worry about staying connected. All of our Thuraya MediaComms solutions undergo a rigorous testing and certification process. We remain committed to developing superior products and Solutions to support the media industry’s constantly evolving demands.”

The prevalence of journalism on-the-move, whereby a reporter can quickly and easily use a laptop coupled with a portable satellite broadband terminal to stream live images has changed the landscape of the media industry. Media companies will typically use various broadcast Solutions to enable IP streaming from the field in order to break the news first. In response, Thuraya has certified multiple industry leading Solutions to guarantee they are fully compatible with the Thuraya IP terminal.

As networks become increasingly intricate, Media companies are turning to solutions providers who can deliver dependable, integrated solutions that help them reduce complexity, lower overall costs and provide efficient network management. Thuraya has certified all the leading industry mobile broadcast solutions to ensure they interact seamlessly with our customers’ existing workflows.


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