SES and Panasonic manufactures first world ever Television set with integrated SAT>IP technology at SES Industry Days Luxembourg.
The Panasonic VIERA TV integrated SAT>IP client which assists in distribution of satellite TV signal by use of IP-based home network including Wi-Fi. This unique feature enables viewers to watch TV at home without a cord but by use of variety IP devices at the same time without complex in house cabling.
SAT>IP type of technology initiated by SES and its industrial partners translates the satellites transmission into an Internet protocol signal that is later re-distributed in the house and to IP devices like smartphones, laptops and tablets.
This type of technology is unique because it allows reception of several programmes in parallel on different devices. It expands the in-house reception base for the large range of high quality satellite transmissions.
“Amid the unparalleled variety of HD quality, satellite is a widely growing means of distributing TV signals. Being the world’s first TV manufacturer to incorporate the innovation of SAT>IP standard which has been a great success we will continue our collaboration with SES, said Armando Romagnolo, Marketing Director of Panasonic Germany.”
Wilfried Urner, Senior Vice President, Product Development and Management at SES stated that with the new SAT>IP technology, viewers will enjoy the flexibility of watching many channels in the best quality possible receivers.
SES Industry held a two day event in Luxembourg where more than 230 delegates from two dozen countries and 130 companies- broadcasters, TV manufacturers, decoder manufacturers, hardware manufacturers and software developers met to discuss innovative technologies and developments of satellite transmission, reception and the future of video broadcasting ecosystem.