[SatNews] SES (NYSE Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG) and Panasonic have presented the world’s first TV set with integrated SAT>IP technology at the SES Industry Days in Luxembourg.
The Panasonic VIERA TV has an integrated SAT>IP client which re-distributes the satellite TV signal via the IP-based home network, including Wi-Fi. The innovative technology enables viewers to watch TV at home, without a cord and wherever they like, on a large variety of IP devices simultaneously and without complex in-house cabling. SAT>IP is an innovative technology developed by SES and its industrial partners that translates the satellite transmission into an Internet Protocol (IP) signal that is redistributed in-house to IP devices such as tablets, smartphones and laptops. The technology allows the reception of several programs in parallel on different devices and significantly enlarges the in-house reception base for the large range of high quality satellite transmissions.
SES Industry Days is a two-day event taking place in Luxembourg and gathering more than 230 delegates from two dozen countries and 130 companies—broadcasters, TV manufacturers, decoder manufacturers, hardware manufacturers and software developers—to discuss innovative technologies and developments of satellite transmission and reception and the entire future video broadcasting ecosystem.
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