SkyVision upbeat at local broadcast prospects



JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – SKYVISION Global Networks, a leading global communication provider, has announced the recent addition of broadcast services and engineering solutions to its diverse internet protocol (IP) connectivity services and solutions portfolio.

This is to address the insatiable demand for services in the markets it serves, including the African continent.

It has appointed a dedicated Senior Director, Eyal Maimon,

“Following the vast number of customers requesting broadcast services, we quickly took the steps needed to respond to their requirements.

“As this is a new domain to SkyVision, we saw it only fit to recruit well experienced in the field of broadcast. SkyVision’s Broadcast and Engineering Solutions Director, brings over 17 years of hands on technical and sales experience in broadcast services,” said Ori Watermann,
SkyVision’s CEO.

The increasing demand in Africa and the Middle East for DTH and IPTV services is overwhelming, he said.

Over the past several years there has been a growing demand for reliable video solutions across many segments – including governments and broadcasters – wanting to cover national and international events such as the Africa Cup of Nations, the World Cup, African U-20 Championship and more.

“Adding global TV satellite distribution and content management fields to our current portfolio of services and solutions seemed only natural, as we have the proven experience, infrastructure and local presence and support to respond to broadcasters and service providers’ needs, wherever they are,” continued Watermann.

– CAJ News





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