June 18 - 20, 2019

Marina Bay Sands Singapore

BOOTH 1N3-07


June 18 - 20, 2018

Suntec Singapore

BOOTH 4J5-01

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How do you prepare your satellite networks for new services?

With the continuous innovation going on in aerospace, satellite operators and service providers have to prepare for the unknown. Modern satellite networks need to be efficient, flexible and capable of delivering the highest possible uptime, and with that come many different products and communication links that need to be orchestrated and monitored as one. The DataMiner NMS/OSS system combines all the above and is of strategic importance to world-class satellite networks and operations, providing resiliency, perfect end-to-end visibility, confidence monitoring and much more.

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As the broadcast industry is evolving towards a flexible and UHD-ready all-IP infrastructure, the complexity of your operational environment continuously increases. DataMiner enables you to successfully make the move from SDI to IP, and guarantees to be the most strategic asset for your current as well as your future operations.

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The new year 2019 will be another landmark in the evolution towards an all software-defined and virtualized media infrastructure. Many technology companies are launching a variety of microservices in order to create and deliver complex services to the customer and consumer. Broadcasters and service providers may opt to deploy data centers of their own (private data centers), to outsource to cloud providers (XaaS), or to choose a hybrid model. In each of these operating models, the complexity of managing service workflows increases significantly compared to on-premises bespoke infrastructures. Learn more about how can you achieve 360° visibility, control and automation in a media data center.

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Augmented Operation powered by AI

DataMiner Augmented Operation heralds a new generation of sophisticated artificial-intelligence (AI)-powered network management solutions. It enables operators to manage these new operational ecosystems efficiently and proactively, and to significantly reduce operational cost while boosting quality of service.

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Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Media Operations

BroadcastAsia, Innovation Hub, June 18, 3:00 PM

To have flexibility, modern broadcast infrastructures are becoming all-IP and virtualized. However, with this flexibility comes a huge increase in operational complexity. This complexity in media networks has grown beyond human management, so modern operational platforms require AI-assisted intelligent fault detection (IFD), incident management, root cause analysis (RCA), forecasting, trend analysis, behavioral anomaly detection (BAD), etc. This presentation explains the use cases, benefits and challenges of using AI in the media and broadcast environment, all illustrated with real-life examples.

Operating Virtual Media Functions in Broadcast Systems

BroadcastAsia, Innovation Hub, June 19, 4:00 PM

This session addresses the benefits and challenges that come with developing and operating Virtualized Media Functions (VMF) deployed on virtual machines and/or container environments such as Kubernetes. Learning from real experiences, the concepts of full-stack monitoring and orchestration will be explained and illustrated.

Automating the Teleport

CommunicAsia, Satcomm stage, June 20, 02 PM

The complex infrastructure of teleport operations today requires a high degree of automation. This end-to-end automation is not only needed to maintain service quality, but also to manage operational cost and to utilize the installed infrastructure to the maximum extent.

Managing migration from SDI to all-IP broadcasting: challenges and real use cases

BroadcastAsia, Innovation Hub, June 20, 12:30 PM

The transition from SDI to all-IP broadcasting comes with many challenges. While many products today support SMPTE 2110, the real challenge is now to orchestrate and monitor the vast amount of IP flows and the PTP clock signals that are vital to the entire operation.

presentations by
Steven Soenens
Vice President
Product Marketing