Avanti Communications signs satellite broadcast contract with SIS LIVE

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Leading broadcast supplier SIS LIVE to deliver connectivity to critical broadcast customers in EMEA

SIS LIVE will showcase Avanti Type Approval on its commercial and military satellite terminals at IBC 2015 in Amsterdam stand no: 1.C55 / 11th – 15th September

Avanti Communications, leading provider of satellite data communications services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, has signed a contract with SIS LIVE, leading broadcast supplier for major customers in EMEA.

SIS LIVE, the UK’s largest live content distributor, broadcasts over 200 hours of live transmissions worldwide every day. It offers a diverse range of occasional use and fixed connectivity solutions for critical media content. The company will have the capability to use Avanti’s HYLAS 1 and HYLAS 2 satellites as part of its satellite product and bandwidth packages.  SIS LIVE manufactures its own range of commercial and military satellite terminals, now approved for use on the Avanti network.

We deliver high quality and flexible independent satellite mobile broadband and IP connectivity anywhere in the world. With capacity from Avanti’s HYLAS 1 satellite, we can provide our clients with a robust internet connection at short notice and at any location, which makes it perfectly suited for live streaming and on-the-move broadcast.

John Bozza, Commercial Director at SIS LIVE

He continued:

We are delighted to be awarded Avanti Type Approval for use of its Ka-band service via our commercial and military terminals. Each terminal is compact and lightweight for ease of transportation, simple to operate and provides high value throughput – making it a resilient solution for broadcasters around the world.”

 

With flexibility built in from design, Avanti’s fleet of high throughput satellites can service a full range of customer needs. Working alongside the world’s largest broadcasters, we are delivering truly innovative services to this industry.”

Matthew O’Connor, Chief Operating Officer at Avanti Communications

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