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AVIA PRESENTS THE 19TH EDITION OF THE SATELLITE INDUSTRY FORUM

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Singapore: The Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA) will be hosting its annual Satellite Industry Forum (SIF) at the Four Seasons Hotel, Singapore on 17 June 2019.

This year, we welcome Steve Collar, President and CEO of SES. Presenting this yeat at the Satellite Industry Forum, hear him live as he gives a keynote presentation and shares his views about spectrum war.

“It’s a hugely exciting time in our industry with more change, disruption and innovation going on than at any time I can remember,” Steve Collar, President and CEO, SES. “The greatest challenge — not just for SES but for the industry – is to change the perception of what satellite can do, to broaden the market and do a better job at communicating the increasingly valuable role that satellite can play in a cloud-scale world.” 

Over the past year, we have witnessed profound change in the satellite industry. Evolving customer needs and requirements have led to fast-paced innovation from manufacturers and operators alike. Growth fundamentals for satellite will remain strong in the Asia Pacific region for the coming year and developments point to sustained growth in the medium-term as well.

As 2019 progresses, it will be of interest to many to find out what trends the satellite industry will see play out this year, and what the key drivers of growth will be for both operators and customers.

Join us at the Satellite Industry Forum 2019 on 17 June at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, as we discuss key highlights including:

•    What is at stake for the satellite industry?
•    WRC-19 updates
•    Spectrum wars?
•    The NGSO revolution – what’s holding it up?
•    New players on the block 
 

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