Newtec to debut Dialog at CABSAT

Newtec to debut Dialog at CABSAT

Newtec in the press Monday 9 February 2015

Delegates stopping by Newtec's CABSAT 2015 booth will hear how satellite operators, providers and broadcasters can choose their technology without worrying about the constant evolution that marks the satellite market. This year marks Newtec's 30th birthday and it is reaching that milestone with Newtec Dialog®, an innovative multiservice platform equipped with a brand new patented technology, the realization of a new DVB transmission standard and strong financial growth of 20% in 2014.

Newtec Dialog, which embraces flexibility, efficiency and scalability, allows operators to build and adapt their business as the market changes by enabling multiple services over a single all IP-based platform. It runs using an optimal modulation and bandwidth allocation. Key innovations to increase that efficiency will be showcased at CABSAT 2015. New patented return link technology, Mx-DMA™ including HighResCoding (HRC), for example, results in MF-TDMA flexibility and on-demand variable bandwidth allocation at SCPC efficiencies.

MDM6100 broadcast satellite modem Visitors will also discover Newtec's modem portfolio for low and high speed applications. Within this portfolio the newly released MDM6100 Broadcast Satellite Modem which supports the DVB-S2 and DVB-S2X standards, as well as DVB-S and DVB-DSNG. The modem incorporates Newtec’s own technologies in order to achieve barrier-breaking efficiency and as a modulator, is best suited for broadcast Direct-To-Home (DTH), primary distribution to head-ends and contribution of television and radio content. 

dvb-s2xAll Newtec’s products are fully upgradeable to the new standard DVB-S2X via a simple software upgrade; no hardware is required. The company will be demonstrating the efficiency gains that this new transmission standard achieves.

The booth will also showcase other solutions for any application for government and defense, cellular backhaul and trunking, consumer and enterprise VSAT, and mobility, offshore and maritime market. Various HTS systems and applications which result in new/optimised business models to deliver HTS services to the end-users will also be available, along with cellular backhaul. 

Read the article in the February 2015 issue of SatellitePro online or download it here.

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