The global Entertainment and Media (E&M) industry is in the midst of a significant shift as viewers demand a more personalised experience, both in terms of the content they consume and their platform of choice. The fast-paced development of mobile and streaming technologies have sparked a marked shift in consumer behaviour, thrusting the industry into an era analysts are referring to as Convergence 3.0. In this new wave of entertainment, technology is giving a voice to the consumer and that voice is clear - viewers are demanding bespoke content that they can consume anytime, anywhere. With expectations at an all-time high, the E&M industry must adapt to meet the brief.

Read more: CABSAT 2019 set to demystify the tech and trends fueling Convergence 3.0

Yahsat, the UAE’s leading global satellite operator, together with Thuraya, the mobile satellite services subsidiary of Yahsat, will showcase the latest government and military satellite communication technologies at this year’s International Defence Exhibition and Conference (IDEX).

Read more: Yahsat and Thuraya to unveil latest military satellite technologies at IDEX 2019

SES will be present at CABSAT 2019, which will be held on 12-14 March at Dubai World Trade Center, to discuss important developments in the satellites industry and highlight important topics and trends that will certainly draw attendees’ attention. The highlight of SES participation will be its newest satellite, SES-12, which is now ready to serve video, fixed data, mobility and government customers across Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.

Read more: SES promises remarkable presence at CABSAT 2019

Eutelsat Communications has ordered two new satellites from Airbus Defence and Space to replace the three existing HOTBIRD satellites at its 13° East flagship neighborhood. These all-electric high-power satellites are set to enter into service in 2022, serving Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.

Read more: Eutelsat replaces three HOTBIRD satellites to enhance broadcasting quality

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