Being connected to the Internet, whenever you want, wherever you are, wherever you’re going to, and however you’re getting there, with fast broadband data speeds, is the universal mantra in the service delivery goals and user expectations of today’s digital telecommunications marketplace.
In the metropolitan workplace and in the urban or suburban home, the multiple-tens of Mbps service has become commonplace with the deployment of fixed fibre-based infrastructures by telecoms service providers.
However, increasingly, for an ever-growing proportion of an ever-more demanding user base, this is not enough, particularly as the user-to-device/terminal relationship continues to migrate away from interfacing with desktop/laptop PCs with local hard drive data storage, and towards interfacing with tablets and smartphones with increasing volumes of data storage in the Cloud.
This is a migration which places an overwhelming emphasis on the opportunity for Internet connectivity and access to multimedia services which meet a seemingly insatiable demand for increasingly video-based enterprise and social media applications, whilst the user is entirely mobile, whether pounding the urban street, taking a country stroll, driving a vehicle, riding a train, flying on a plane, or taking a trip across the sea.
Registered Attendees (12-02-2016)
Applied Satellite Technology
Cerebus Satellite Services
General Dynamics Satcom
Global Eagle Entertainment
Global Marine Communciations
Go Global Comms Ltd
Human Net Co.,Ltd.
Marquis Media Partners LLP
Media Broadcast Satelite GmbH
Mobile Conclusions Ltd
Satellite Applications Catapult
SMW (Swedish Microwave AB)