Thaicom shows telecommunication innovations in the Digital Age displaying Thai satellite capacity in CommunicAsia 2014

Telecommunication Press Releases Monday June 16, 2014 21:11
Bangkok--16 Jun--Thaicom

Thaicom PLC, reveals Thailand’s satellite innovative technology, together with end-to-end solutions to the customers in Asia-Pacific region and to the visitors of the CommunicAsia 2014. Thaicom emphasizes on showing the telecommunication technologies through satellite-based communications for both broadcast and broadband in the "Serving You Better” theme. The event will be held from 17 to 20 June 2014 in Singapore.

Mr.Patompob Suwansiri, Chief Marketing Officer of Thaicom PLC said, “Thaicom prepares to exhibit a cutting-edge innovations using satellite-based solutions in the concept of “New Frontiers : Serving You Better”, which is a part of our strategy to lead visitors into the world of seamless communications supporting by Thaicom’s high-performance satellites and future technology. This will strengthen Thaicom’s position as the leader in innovation and end-to-end solutions that respond to the customer’s needs and the digital trend."

At the exhibition, Thaicom brings in two innovative service and solutions that will provide a seamless connectivity to the customers. Debuting by the first service "In-Flight Connectivity (IFC)”, a Ku-band frequency system that promotes the usage of broadband Wi-Fi during the flight, it is the first satellite service in Asia Pacific that introduce In-Flight Connectivity on Ku-band system to access to broadband in commercial flights. The second solution is “Digital Content Delivery-Digital Cinema Package (DCP) solutions” that serves the large-scale bandwidth transition.

Interested visitors are invited to visit the new aforesaid innovative satellite technologies at Thaicom booth, no. IP2-07, Hall B at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.

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