Thuraya Raises the Remote Access Streaming Bar to 512 Kbps

Press Release
Monday, August 06, 2012

Thuraya and Geolink offer broadcasters a faster, more 
reliable and cheaper IT solution
.

Thuraya delivers data and voice satellite communications solutions in remote locations for the energy, media, government, NGO and maritime sectors.    


Thuraya Telecommunications Company, an international mobile satellite operator now confirms heightened streaming speeds of 512 Kbps standard IP.

This enhanced performance proves that IP bonding is very effective over media broadcast solutions and simple to execute. The new streaming speeds were successfully recorded at a recent roadshow in Paris organized by Thuraya’s media broadcasting partner, Geolink Satellite Services.

At the Paris event, media customers from prominent news channels, news gatherers and radio stations witnessed live video transmission by coupling two Thuraya IP terminals using the ClipWay Software aggregating function. This resulted in registering speeds of up to 512 Kbps. IP bonding is done by linking two IP terminals together with a USB cable. The ClipWay Software is a media broadcast solution by Geolink.   

 

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