Free IBC2019 Sessions – Trends and Insights from Industry Experts
Newtec Sessions at IBC2019!
This year, the focus will be: Today and Tomorrow: Satellite’s Critical Role in Our Future.
The sessions will be held in meeting room G106 at RAI, Amsterdam and, in addition to Newtec experts, a number of distinguished industry speakers will discuss the hottest topics that are driving the satellite ecosystem. Newtec will hear from WTA on its certification program and how it delivers value for teleport operators. Newtec will also address the foremost industry topics such as 5G, OTT, All-IP and LEO and MEO orbits. There will be a lot to talk about!
The day will end with the opportunity to join the Newtec representatives at the Newtec booth for Happy Hour. You like your drinks chilled? So does Newtec. Please arrive five minutes in advance of the sessions you want to follow.
Satellite Network Calculator
Go on a journey with Newtec’s Satellite Network Calculator. In this session, Newtec will explore its history, value and domains in which it may be deployed as well as its outcome, featuring link budgets, geographic deployment simulations, business cases, logistics, mission planning and education.
Session: 10:00 – 11:30
Broadcast in Light of 5G: What Will It Look Like?
Take a glimpse into the future and analyse the role that 5G will play in the future of broadcasting, and satellite’s part in the delivery of 5G networks. 5G holds the potential to transform how broadcasters operate, and to take their offerings to a completely new level. Now is the time for broadcasters to develop their businesses for a 5G future. We explore how.
Session: 12:30 – 13:30
OTT and All-IP – Why is Satellite the Key Enabler?
As OTT video becomes more and more popular, delivery challenges become more apparent.
Two real-life use cases will address the essential role that satellite plays, whether that is delivering high quality content to DTH Customer Premises Equipment or feeding Content Delivery Networks.
Session: 14:00 – 15:00
LEO and MEO – Where are ‘New’ Orbits Taking Us?
The first of the MEO/LEO satellite constellations that we have been anticipating for so long are now in orbit. What are the prospects for these LEO/MEO broadband and smallsat IoT constellations? Who will succeed and with what business model? Will there be too many competing players? How are ground equipment manufacturers ensuring that they are future proofing their products and services to cope with connectivity in these orbits?