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Technology & IT | Wednesday 11 March, 2015 2:44 pm |
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Ericsson showcases latest TV video solutions at CABSAT 2015

Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) will be showcasing its latest TV video solutions at CABSAT 2015, which takes place from March 10-12th in Dubai.

Content owners, TV service providers and broadcasters in today’s fast-changing media landscape are facing a range of challenges when it comes to meeting consumers’ expectations around high-quality viewing experiences. At CABSAT 2015, Ericsson will be showcasing how its innovative services and solutions help in addressing demand for advanced television experiences and video accessibility at any time, any place, on any device. Visitors to the stand (#E4-40) will be able to see how Ericsson is drawing its unique place at the convergence of the media and IP worlds to drive the future of TV through innovative solutions, services and deep industry knowledge and vision.

On-stand demonstrations will showcase Ericsson’s award-winning TV video compression solutions portfolio for multi-screen, multi-platform video processing, and content and distribution.

”CABSAT is a great opportunity for us to highlight our wide breadth of solutions which are defining the TV landscape, delivering innovation right the way through the media value chain,” said Tarek Saadi, Vice President & Head of Sales, Ericsson Middle East. “The Middle East is an important region for Ericsson and this fast-growing market has huge potential. We are pleased to be participating in CABSAT 2015, to demonstrate how Ericsson is leading the TV and Media industry transformation.”
Colin Morrison, Vice President of Global Sales Operations for Ericsson’s TV and Media Business will be holding an Ericsson Mediaroom Master Class at CABSAT. Here he will present how Ericsson is working with the most advanced TV service providers in the world to deliver best possible consumer experiences.
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