ASIA’S LEADING SATELLITE CONFERENCE

Momentous changes were already underway within the satellite industry when the COVID-19 crisis disrupted lives and businesses around the world. In 2020, segments of the satellite industry were hit hard, with rippling effects from the pandemic accelerating closures and sales.

However, the tides could be shifting, as growth opportunities now abound, and there is a lot more to be positive about for the satellite industry as we look forward to 2022.   What were viewed just a few years ago as unfeasible ideas or mere pipe dreams are now developing into real world projects.

Join us at the Satellite Industry Forum on 18 November from 9.30am – 3pm SGT, where our thought leaders will be cutting through the clutter and delivering a stand on what will shape the future of the commercial space and the satellite industry.

Headlining the Satellite Industry Forum 2021:

  • The Asian Operators’ Growth Strategies
  • Space Business in India – No Longer just a Pie in the Sky
  • Countries in Focus: Thailand and Indonesia
  • NGSO: The New World Order?
  • The Future of Flexible Satellites
  • New Trends, New Ideas Beyond the Digital Frontier
Registration is complimentary.

Confirmed Speakers

Roger-Tong-
Roger Tong
Chief Executive Officer
AsiaSat

Roger joined AsiaSat in March 2008 and was appointed CEO on 16 April 2018. Prior to joining AsiaSat, he was employed by Telesat Canada where he worked as a technical consultant and was responsible for various commercial satellite programmes. He has also held senior management positions at COM DEV International, Allen Telecom Inc. and Mark IV Industries Ltd. Roger has served as a board member of AVIA since November 2018.

Sunil Bharti
Sunil Bharti Mittal
Founder & Chairman, Bharti Enterprises and Executive Chairman
OneWeb

Mr Sunil Bharti Mittal is the Founder and Chairman of Bharti Enterprises, India’s leading conglomerate with interests in Telecom, Space, Insurance, Real Estate, Hospitality & Food. Bharti Airtel is amongst the top three mobile operators globally. Mr Mittal is the Executive Chairman of OneWeb which is launching LEO satellites to provide high-speed, low-latency global broadband connectivity. Sunil serves on Global Board of Advisors of Council on Foreign Relations; and on the Harvard University’s Global Advisory Council.

Intelsat - Steve Spengler
Stephen Spengler
Chief Executive Officer
Intelsat

Stephen Spengler is a 34-year telecommunications and satellite industry veteran with experience in the media, broadband, government, and internet sectors. Mr. Spengler is chief executive officer of Intelsat, the world’s largest satellite services provider. His key accomplishments at Intelsat include the development of Intelsat’s next generation of managed service solutions for an array of network applications; a $2B investment in the groundbreaking Intelsat EpicNG high-throughput satellite network; a series of strategic equity investments to catalyze satellite innovations; and leading the establishment of the C-Band Alliance (CBA).

Adi Adiwoso - PSN
Adi R. Adiwoso
President & Chief Executive Officer
PSN

Adi R. Adiwoso, President and CEO of PSN, has more than 40 years experiences in the space and telecommunications industry. In 1991, he co-founded Indonesian first private satellite company, Pasifik Satelit Nusantara. He successfully launched Nusantara 1 Satellite in February 2019.

Mr. Adiwoso served in several boards including Indonesian state own enterprises: PT Garuda Indonesia, PT Merpati Nusantara, PT Dirgantara Indonesia and PPA. He received APAC Satellite Executive Awards in 2005 and 2018. He was nominated Best Satellite Executives in Washington DC in 1997 and 2001.

Timothy Southard - Anuvu
Timothy Southard
Vice President, Networks
Anuvu
Yuichiro - ADB
Yuichiro Yoi
Unit Head for Indonesia, Private Sector Operations Department
Asian Development Bank

Yuichiro Yoi is the Unit Head for Indonesia (Principal Investment Specialist) at the Private Sector Operations Department of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). His recent work includes Rantau Dedap geothermal IPP financing (signed Mar 2018), Jawa-1 Gas-to-Power Project financing (signed Oct 2018), and Kacific broadband satellite project financing (signed October 2019). Prior to ADB, Yoi worked at the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) where he led his team on numerous infrastructure financing deals.

Astranis - Christophe Bauer
Christophe Bauer
Director, Global Sales
Astranis

Christophe Bauer is Director of Global Sales at Astranis, a company manufacturing MicroGEO telecommunications satellites based in San Francisco, California. In his current role Christophe is responsible for marketing Astranis MicroGEO product line to all satellite operators, selected enterprises, and Foreign Governments worldwide. Christophe has held multiple sales roles in his career selling both telecommunications satellite solutions and launch services, working for prestigious Prime Contractors such as SpaceX, Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Thales Alenia Space, and working for equipment suppliers like L3Harris and RUAG.

Edi Sugianto - DTP
Edi Sugianto
Chief Commercial Officer
DTP

Edi Sugianto is a person who loves to solve challenges and that is how he tackles the challenges at work and this has put his career on a high-growth trajectory. Having 13 years of experience in Financial Industry, he jumped to Satellite Communication Industry in 2016 to pursue career in Telco. At the age of 36, he was appointed the GM of DTP and within 3 years, was promoted to CCO. He would like to share his knowledge and experience on government projects.

Glen Tindall - EOS
Glen Tindall
Chief Executive Officer, Communication Systems
Electro Optic Systems (EOS)

Mr Tindall joined EOS in July 2020, appointed to lead the newly formed Communications Systems Division. Prior to joining EOS he spent 17 years with SES, the world’s largest commercial satellite operator, delivering satellite communications solutions to business and government customers throughout the Indo-Pacific region. He holds an Honours degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tasmania, an MBA from the Deakin Business School, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Eutelsat Asia - Christophe Cazes
Christophe Cazes
Regional Vice President APAC, Eutelsat Group & Chief Executive Officer
Eutelsat Asia

Christophe Cazes is the Regional Vice-President Asia-Pacific of Eutelsat Group and the CEO of Eutelsat Asia Pte Ltd in Singapore. Prior to Eutelsat, he was Vice-President Sales & Business Development APAC of Technicolor from 2011 to 2018 and assumed several global roles in the Video and Consumer Broadband space. He has a solid track record of leading multi-product lines in multi-cultural regions for high-tech companies. He graduated from Technicolor Leadership Program from Harvard Business School and has a Bachelor of Business Administration and Management from INSEE Business School in France.

David Meltzer - GVF
David Meltzer
Secretary General
GVF

David Meltzer has 30 years of experience in the satellite and humanitarian industries.  Mr. Meltzer currently leads GVF which is the largest global trade association for the commercial satellite industry.  Prior to Mr. Meltzer served as Intelsat’s General Counsel and Executive Vice President for Regulatory Affairs for sixteen years and then for thirteen years at the American Red Cross leading its international disaster relief and development activities and served as the American Red Cross’ General Counsel for over five years.

Vaibhav Magow - Hughes
Vaibhav Magow
Associate Vice President, International Division
Hughes Network Systems

Vaibhav Magow, associate vice president, at Hughes Network Systems, LLC, leads the company’s broadband systems sales effort in Asia Pacific. He works closely with satellite operators, mobile network operators, national and local government agencies to tailor and implement high performing and efficient satellite solutions to help connect the unconnected and enable enterprise digital transformations. With more than 25 years of experience, he has held positions of increasing responsibility in sales, product development, marketing and program management over the course of his career.

Hampton Chan Maxar
Hampton Chan
Vice President, Mission Engineering
Maxar Technologies

Mr. Chan is Vice President of Mission Engineering at Maxar Technologies.  He is based in California, United States and has been in the satellite industry for 30+ years with last 26 years at Maxar.  In his current role, he is responsible for Maxar’s Software Defined Satellites.  Mr. Chan has led team in the development and delivery of more than 30 communications satellites. Mr. Chan holds a MSEE degree from Stanford University and a BSEE degree from the University of Hawaii.

Yau - Measat
Yau Chyong Lim
Chief Operating Officer
MEASAT

Yau Chyong Lim is MEASAT’s Chief Operating Officer. In this role, heoversees the management of the company’s operations. Yau has more than 25years in the satellite industry, with wide-ranging experience across multiple sectors including sales & marketing, business development and commercial operations. Heholds an MBA in Finance from Keele University, Staffordshire, UK and a BSc in Microelectronics & Physics from Campbell University, North Carolina, USA.

mu Space - James Yenbamroong
James Yenbamroong
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
mu Space

James Yenbamroong is an engineer, space technology entrepreneur, and the CEO and CTO of mu Space Corp. He has a career background in venture capital funds, technologies development, and promote innovations that create value and sustained growth of the company. He spent close to six years working for Northrop Grumman Corporation, leading a project on unmanned vehicle systems. James has a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California.

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Tina Ghataore
Chief Commercial Officer
Mynaric

Tina Ghataore is the Chief Commercial Officer at Mynaric, and President of Mynaric USA, where she leads the efforts to position Mynaric as the preferred laser communication provider for aerospace application for both government and commercial markets. Tina brings 20+ years of experience in the aerospace, aviation and telecom industries having previously served in senior positions with Yahsat, Panasonic Avionics Corporation and The Boeing Company, as well as founding her own aerospace management consultancy – EKKAM Group – in 2007.

NSR - Jose Del Rosario
Jose Del Rosario
Consultant
NSR

Mr. Del Rosario is a senior member of the consulting team where he focuses his research on quantitative modeling, data verification, and market forecasting for the commercial and government satellite communications sectors. He conducts ongoing research with specialization in policy analysis, economic indicators, regulatory initiatives and end user demand trends. In addition to authoring numerous syndicated reports in his areas of focus, Mr. Del Rosario has been involved in a wide range of strategic consulting projects.

Nick Leake - Optus
Nick Leake
Head of Satellite and Space Systems
Optus

Nick Leake is the Head of Satellite and Space Systems at Optus, with more than 40 years’ experience in the industry. Nick’s career began in the Royal Airforce followed by roles in the Satellite and Communications industries across Europe and the Asia Pacific. He leads the teams who are responsible for the Optus Satellite Fleet; engineering and testing of satellite products; launch support for global and regional operations; sales; marketing and the procurement as well as delivery of new satellites and programs.

Peter Jackson
Peter Jackson
Chief Executive Officer
PJ Square

Peter Jackson retired as Executive Chairman of AsiaSat in 2011 following 18 years with AsiaSat as CEO and Chairman. Mr. Jackson has over 32 years international experience in the satellite and telecommunications industry with AsiaSat and Cable and Wireless. Whilst with Cable & Wireless he worked in numerous locations.   Mr. Jackson is a Director of two public companies, he sits on boards and advises P.E. and Venture capital firms.

Quilty Analytics - Caleb Henry
Caleb Henry
Senior Analyst
Quilty Analytics

Caleb Henry is a senior analyst at Quilty Analytics, specialized in the satellite and space industry. He previously worked as a reporter for SpaceNews and Via Satellite, covering the global satellite communications industry. Caleb earned a bachelor’s degree in political science along with a minor in astronomy from Grove City College.

Kevin Seow - SES
Kevin Seow
Vice President, Corporate Development Asia
SES

Kevin Seow currently leads the Corporate Development Asia Pacific team at SES, based in Singapore. He joined the Company in November 2002 and is responsible in ensuring the long-term success and right to win of SES projects along with identifying and driving transactions to the benefit of SES in the Asia Pacific and South Asian regions.

Kevin earned his bachelor’s degree in Engineering from McMaster University, Canada. Kevin also completed an Executive MBA from the National University of Singapore.

SES - Harsh Verma
Harsh Verma
Regional Director, Asia for Fixed Data
SES Networks

Harsh Verma leads the sales and business development efforts in the Fixed Data vertical of SES Networks across the Asia region. Harsh has been with SES Networks (earlier O3b Networks) for more than 8 years. Prior to SES networks, Harsh has had extensive experience working with leading OEMs and service providers in the satellite industry in the Asia Pacific region notably with Hughes Network System (APAC and India operations) and PCCW.

Headshot_Terry Yamashita
Terry Yamashita
Group President, Global Business Group
SKY Perfect JSAT

Terry Yamashita is Group President of Global Business Group at SKY Perfect JSAT and Chairman & CEO of JSAT International Inc. He joined JSAT Corporation, which is current SKY Perfect JSAT, in February 2001, and he has engaged in domestic and international sales of satellite communication services that mainly target telecoms and broadcasters for 20 years. Since 2020, he has been the current position, which supervises the global business of the company, including the management of the overseas offices.

Andy Witts_SSC
Andy Witts
Business Advisor
SSC Space Thailand

Andy has over 30 years of experience in the Space Industry comprising 18 years of technical spacecraft activities up to and including management of subsystems, platforms, payloads and spacecraft testing both at industry level and at space agency level, plus program management support and specific high-level agency studies. Andy has been the technical advisor and consultant to GISTDA, the Thailand space agency, on a range of programs including both civil and military satellites and satellite applications.

Karl Baker - Summit Space Corporation
Karl Baker
President
Summit Space Corporation

Karl Baker (MSME) has more than 35 years of experience in the satellite industry. He founded Summit Space Corporation in 2014. Karl has direct experience leading the technical due diligence for several of the world’s largest commercial satellite constellation programs. He has designed and built flight hardware for over 25 satellite programs. He led over 60 commercial satellite failure investigations and supported, as an expert witness, some of the industry’s largest litigation and bankruptcy cases.

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Erwin Hudson
Vice President, Lightspeed System Development
Telesat

Erwin Hudson is Telesat’s Vice President,  Lightspeed System Development. He is responsible for directing the development and implementation of Telesat’s LEO satellite constellation that will offer high throughput, low latency communications globally. Prior to Telesat, Erwin was the CTO at WildBlue Communications, and held leadership roles at Space Systems Loral and TRW Space & Electronics.

Rachel Jewett - Via Satellite
Rachel Jewett
Managing Editor
Via Satellite

Rachel Jewett is the managing editor of Via Satellite, which covers the commercial satellite industry for a B2B audience. She reports on major satellite operators and startups for Via Satellite’s website and edits and manages production for the monthly magazine. Rachel was previously a news editor for (former) commuter daily The Washington Post Express, and is also an alum of the Dow Jones News Fund program.

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John Medeiros
Senior Consultant and Coordinator
Asia Satellite Coalition
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Louis Boswell
Chief Executive Officer
AVIA

Louis Boswell is the Chief Executive Officer of Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA). As CEO, his remit is to lead the industry through championing all broad based initiatives that result in a more vibrant and healthy video ecosystem. This includes being at the forefront of industry research, supporting evolving business models, understanding the role of technology, representing the industry in conversations with regulators and taking a leading role in eliminating piracy.

Event Agenda

Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA

This opening presentation will offer a global perspective of the satellite industry, its impact on the Asian markets, what trends the industry will see play out the coming year, as well as what the key drivers of growth will be for operators and customers alike.

Caleb Henry, Senior Analyst, Quilty Analytics

In this opening keynote session, we will hear from Stephen Spengler, CEO of Intelsat who will offer a global perspective of the satellite industry, its impact on the Asian markets, what will drive or inhibit growth in demand for the industry in the coming decade, and how is satellite becoming more attractive to the media industry.

Stephen Spengler, CEO, Intelsat

With Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA

The global space economy is poised to grow over a trillion dollars in the next two decades. With the space sector reforms, the Indian private space industry is slated to contribute to the core elements of the global space economy. In this keynote session, we will look at how India could potentially be the next space hub in the world. How will India benefit from having access to private sector satellites, in particular OneWeb, and how can satellite become a bigger part of the overall communications ecosystem?

Sunil Bharti Mittal, Founder & Chairman, Bharti Enterprises and Executive Chairman, OneWeb

With Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA

Asia Pacific presents huge opportunities for satellite. It is home to vast country populations and widespread geographies where there is still a lack of terrestrial infrastructure, especially for remote, underserved communities. However, satellite operators are still assessing the pandemic’s impact on the market as they plan for the road ahead This session will discuss critical issues facing the operator business, what their growth strategies are for the short, mid-and long term, and how are they prepping for the LEO invasion.

Panelists:

Roger Tong, CEO, AsiaSat

Christophe Cazes, Regional VP Asia-Pacific, Eutelsat Group, CEO, Eutelsat Asia

Yau Chyong Lim, COO, MEASAT

Nick Leake, Head of Satellite and Space Systems, Optus

Terry Yamashita, Group President, Global Business Group, SKY Perfect JSAT

With Peter Jackson, CEO, PJ Square

The space industry has captured the world’s attention in a way not seen since the moon landings. The booming business environment in Thailand is witnessing new launch providers, satellite companies and VAS providers entering the industry. Can local operators be successful in view of strong competition from larger operators? Is cooperation a better solution to drive satellite connectivity across Thailand as well as develop critical know-how for local companies?

Panelists:

James Yenbamroong, Founder & CEO, mu Space

Kevin Seow, VP, Corporate Development Asia, SES

Andy Witts, Business Advisor, SSC Space Thailand

With Jose Del Rosario, Consultant, NSR

Indonesia is making huge strides to improve the country’s digital infrastructure and realize its true potential for its young populace in an increasingly competitive digital economy. With 17,000 islands making Indonesia the largest archipelago in the world, connecting the country’s 6,000 inhabited islands via terrestrial network infrastructure would not only come at a huge economic cost, but might even be a logistical impossibility. This session will explore how satellite is bridging the digital divide and what are the challenges faced to meet this demand.

Panelists:

Yuichiro Yoi, Unit Head for Indonesia, Private Sector Operations Department, Asian Development Bank

Edi Sugianto, Chief Commercial Officer, DTP

Vaibhav Magow, Associate VP, International Division, Hughes Network Systems

Adi R. Adiwoso, President & CEO, PSN

With John Medeiros, Senior Consultant and Coordinator, Asia Satellite Coalition

In this exciting panel, we will hear from some of the industry disruptors who will discuss the future landscape in light of recent announcements. How will the demand for satellite capacity change? How will LEO satellites fit alongside GEO and even MEO satellites, and how is each organisation planning to shake up the LEO world?

Panelists:

Erwin Hudson, VP, Telesat Lightspeed System Development, Telesat

Harsh Verma, Regional Director, Asia for Fixed Data, SES Networks

With Karl Baker, President and Founder, Summit Space Corporation

Flexible satellites have been around for some time, but the rate and scale of flexibility has increased exponentially over the last few years. It is believed that the satellite industry’s growth will be fuelled by software that is flexible and configurable. We explore how these satellites will support future mobility applications, enhanced capacity flexibility, and how it will change the offerings for video services. We will also take a look at how huge the cost advantage is, and the opportunities and new considerations for security, interoperability and investment.

Panelists:

Timothy Southard, Vice President, Networks, Anuvu

Christophe Bauer, Director of Sales, Astranis

Hampton Chan, VP, Mission Engineering, Maxar Technologies

Senior representative, Intelsat

With David Meltzer, Secretary General, GVF

The combination of emerging technologies, new operating models, and other innovative concepts can accelerate the diffusion of space technologies across multiple economies and sectors.  What were viewed just a few years ago as unfeasible ideas or mere pipe dreams are now developing into real world projects.   We will identify what are some of the new trends, new innovations and emerging technologies that will reshape one’s organization and impact businesses in the long run.

Panelists:

Glen Tindall, CEO, Communication Systems, Electro Optic Systems (EOS)

Tina Ghataore, President, Mynaric USA

With Rachel Jewett, Managing Editor, Via Satellite

Sponsors

For more than 30 years, AsiaSat has been providing reliable satellite connectivity, media and data solutions to clients in the broadcast and telecom sectors through its core fleet of five in-orbit satellites – AsiaSat 5, AsiaSat 6, AsiaSat 7, AsiaSat 8 and AsiaSat 9, and ground infrastructure. From content distribution to headends, telcos, DTH, DTT platforms; Occasional Use; to IP-based, hybrid OTT service; live streaming; hosting services; VSAT solutions serving maritime, aviation and mobile backhaul, AsiaSat helps bridge the digital divide, aiming to be the foremost satellite solutions provider and an instinctive partner of choice in the Asia-Pacific. Visit www.asiasat.com

Eutelsat is one of the world's leading satellite operators. With a global fleet of satellites and associated ground infrastructure, Eutelsat enables clients across Video, Data, Government, Fixed and Mobile Broadband markets to communicate effectively to their customers, irrespective of their location. Over 6800 television channels operated by leading media groups are broadcast by Eutelsat to one billion viewers equipped for DTH reception or connected to terrestrial networks. Headquartered in Paris, with offices and teleports around the globe, Eutelsat assembles 1,200 men and women from 50 countries who are dedicated to delivering the highest quality of service.

Headquartered outside Washington, D.C., Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES), the global leader in broadband satellite technology and services, operates HughesNet® high-speed satellite Internet service and HughesON™ managed services for large enterprises and government networks. Hughes JUPITER™ System satellite platform powers community Wi-Fi hotspots, cellular backhaul and maritime and aeronautical mobility applications.

As the foundational architects of satellite technology, Intelsat operates the world’s most trusted satellite telecom network. We apply our unparalleled expertise and global scale to connect people, businesses, governments and communities, no matter how difficult the challenge. Intelsat is building the future of global communications with the world’s first hybrid, multi-orbit, software-defined 5G network designed for simple, seamless, and secure coverage precisely when and where our customers most need it. Follow the leader in global connectivity and “Imagine Here,” with us, at Intelsat.com.

Marsh is the world’s leading insurance broker and risk advisor. With around 40,000 colleagues operating in more than 130 countries, Marsh serves commercial and individual clients with data-driven risk solutions and advisory services. Marsh is a business of Marsh McLennan (NYSE: MMC), the world’s leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people. With annual revenue over $18 billion, Marsh McLennan helps clients navigate an increasingly dynamic and complex environment through four market-leading businesses: Marsh, Guy Carpenter, Mercer and Oliver Wyman. For more information, visit mmc.com, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter or subscribe to BRINK.

Maxar is a trusted partner and innovator in Earth Intelligence and Space Infrastructure. We deliver disruptive value to government and commercial customers to help them monitor, understand and navigate our changing planet; deliver global broadband communications; and explore and advance the use of space. Our unique approach combines decades of deep mission understanding and a proven foundation of commercial technology to deliver solutions with unrivaled speed, scale and cost effectiveness. Our team members are inspired to harness the potential of space to help our customers create a better world.

Media Partners

C21Media is “Home” to the International Entertainment Community, combining a portfolio of digital and print publishing brands with an events business and the world’s most powerful online content screenings marketplace.
 
C21Media’s business includes print magazines, websites, iPad editions, reports, databases, events, a thriving internet TV division and an online content screenings marketplace.

For over fifteen years Content+Technology magazine has been serving content production and delivery professionals. C+T has a broad regional focus not only in terms of technology dissemination, but also in project collaboration and, above all, in the flow of knowledge and people. It is distributed free of charge to qualified industry professionals throughout the region. 

ContentAsia is an Asia-based information resource powered by a well-known team with unparalleled experience, reach and contacts on every sector and level of the content industry across Asia. ContentAsia’s range of products – including print, digital, online, video, events and awards – is tailor-made for different industry needs at different times and in different situations. More information at www.contentasia.tv.

Disruptive.Asia is the fastest growing publication focused on the converging telecom, media and emerging technology sectors in the Asia Pacific region. It focuses on disruptive trends that are shaping the direction and strategy of every company involved in the digital world. Its founders are well respected veterans of the telecoms and IT worlds, globally.

Jumpstart is a media destination for news, insights and perspectives into the APAC startup ecosystem. In addition to its digital and print media avenues, Jumpstart also supports and nurtures the startup space by creating access to founder education through Jumpstart Academy, and by enabling innovators to beta-launch products on Jumpstart Edge.  

MediaBrief provides meaningful and professionally relevant news, views and analyses for B2B professionals at the intersection of Media, Marketing, Advertising and more, who use strategy, content, innovation and technology to create engagements that empower businesses.

Media Partners Asia (MPA) is the leading independent provider of research, advisory and consulting services across media, telecoms, sports and entertainment industries in Asia Pacific. MPA offers dedicated primary research through subsidiary AMPD Research measuring consumer behaviour across the digital economy, including online video and gaming. MPA also hosts the APOS Summit, the defining voice and global platform for the Asia Pacific media, telecoms, sports and entertainment industry.

SATELLITE & CABLE TV magazine is India's most respected trade magazine for the industry, read by over 40,000 individuals, all directly connected to the cable, Broadband, iPTV & satellite industry in India. The magazine is published bilingually, in English & Hindi, thus guaranteeing it the largest circulation in the industry. 

Satellite Evolution Group has served the satellite sector for more than 15 years. Today, its magazine portfolio includes Satellite Evolution Asia, Satellite Evolution EMEA, Global Military Communications and NewSpace International, which together deliver the latest news, technology and features to a global audience. 

SatelliteMarkets.com is a free online service providing subscribers with news analysis, industry forecasts and market intelligence, covering the key trends on the global satellite communications market. Published by Synthesis Publications LLC, the global market specialists, SatelliteMarkets.com has three distinct editions: Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and the Americas. 

Talk Satellite is published by Waterhorse Media Ltd., a specialist publishing company that understands your market.

Supporting Events and Organisations

APSCC is a non-profit international association representing all sectors of satellite and space-related industries. The Organization’s mission is to promote the industry growth and accelerate the efficient introduction of services and businesses via satellites in the region. APSCC provides its members with a platform to exchange views and ideas on technologies, systems, policies, satellite services as well as outer space activities through its publications and industry events. The APSCC 2021 Webinar Series live plays out Tuesdays at 9 am Hong Kong and Singapore time. Visit www.apsccsat.com and www.apscc.or.kr for more information.

Broadband India Forum (BIF) functions as an independent policy forum and think-tank that works for the development & enhancement of the entire broadband ecosystem in a holistic, technology-neutral and service-neutral manner. BIF’s endeavour is to promote, support and enhance all policy, regulatory & standards initiatives for the proliferation of high-quality broadband in the country to empower consumers with efficient and economical broadband to realize the true Digital India. BIF works closely with the Government and the Regulator in this mission.

With the theme of Digital India- Connecting the Unconnected, Convergence India expo is the ultimate platform for new-age technologies and merging business solutions, enriching the lives of billions of people. The expo serves as an ideal opportunity for professionals, digital innovators, international businesses, telecom, and broadcasting players, as well as leaders from IT, internet, IoT, & Embedded Technology industries to showcase and promote innovations amongst a broader group and to meet and connect with prospective clients and technology leaders.

ESOA is the world’s only CEO-driven satellite association, and leads a coordinated and impactful response to the global challenges and opportunities the commercial satellite communications sector faces. ESOA has as its objective to serve and promote the common interests of satellite operators. Today ESOA represents the interests of EMEA satellite operators who deliver information communication services across the globe.

GVF is the only global non-profit association of the satellite industry bringing together organizations within satellite ecosystem. GVF’s aim is to facilitate expanded access to satellite-based connectivity solutions globally, achieved through regulatory, policy and spectrum advocacy; training and certification; product quality assurance; and collaboration with user groups and other satellite stakeholders.

For more details visit our website www.gvf.org or contact us on info@gvf.org

The News Broadcasters Federation (NBF), the largest-membership driven organization, founded and funded by the news broadcasting fraternity operating across the length and breadth of the country.

NBF members serve as an influential, public awareness and emergency communications system to get information on the doorsteps of the common citizens across the length and breadth of the country. The 24- hour news cycle is the most contextual and relevant medium to draw public attention to the issues and provide key safety messages in the shortest time to the public at large.

Pacific Telecommunications Council, recognized as PTC, is a global non-profit membership organization promoting the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the Pacific Rim, the most dynamic geography of the world, spanning over 40 nations. 

SIA-India is a non-profit association created to represent the interests of the communication satellite ecosystem in India. As a vibrant body, SIA-India represents satellite operators, satellite systems, launch vehicles and ground and terminal equipment manufacturers as well as application solutions providers to the Government, Regulators, Policymakers, and domestic and international standards bodies. As the apex representative body for the satellite communications ecosystem, we aim to present the industry's interest to the highest Government levels for policy-making and regulatory and licensing matters.

Asia-Pacific Broadcasting (APB+) has been the voice in the broadcast and media industry for over 36 years. APB+ offers readers the ability to make well-informed decisions, with news, useful updates and insights from top analysts, industry-movers and thought-leaders from the Technology, Media and Telecommunications sectors. For more News You Can Use, visit https://apb-news.com/.

Taiwan Communications Society (TCS) was established in 2007 as a platform to facilitate dialogues and discussions between various stakeholders in the communications policy-making process and to further ensure the public's interest.

TCS's primary role is to create an objective and impartial platform for discussions related to communications policies between the academia, government, and industry. TCS also aims to provide advice on convergence policies for Taiwan's telecom and broadcasting sectors, which are in an urgent need of a smooth transition into the next generation of communications environment.

Since 1985, the World Teleport Association (WTA) has been the only trade association that focuses on the business of satellite communications from the ground up.  At the core of its membership are the world’s most innovative operators of teleports, from independents to multinationals, niche service providers to global hybrid carriers. 

ContentAsia is an Asia-based information resource powered by a well-known team with unparalleled experience, reach and contacts on every sector and level of the content industry across Asia. ContentAsia’s range of products – including print, digital, online, video, events and awards – is tailor-made for different industry needs at different times and in different situations. More information at www.contentasia.tv.

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