Casbaa's forum to take stock of the satellite market

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NEW DELHI: With the continuing rise in the demand for satellite services across Asia and new alliances being formed with a strong pipeline of new capacity launches, the Cable and Satellite Association of Asia (Casbaa) is meeting in Singapore this month to take a comprehensive look at the state of the market in the region.

The Casbaa Satellite Industry Forum on 20 June will explore the effects of new technologies, hosted payloads, higher frequency utilisation and innovative satellite antennas for the long range development of the market.

“In a favourable climate, Casbaa’s annual Satellite Industry Forum truly provides the tools you need to take care of business in Asia,” said Casbaa CEO Simon Twiston. “Bringing together market leaders from across Asia and the world, this year’s Forum will examine the important issues affecting the satellite business today and what to expect in the future.”

Apart from assessing where the satellite industry in Asia is headed over the next ten years, the Forum will take a clear-eyed look at the business, and industry experts will also analyse what customers in all senses of the word “really want”. Whether they are consumers, broadcasters or service providers, the Forum aims to discover if there are any options to make everyone happy.

“Casbaa’s Satellite Industry Forum provides the opportunity to hear from an unrivalled line-up of market leaders and experts who will share their knowledge and insights on an industry that is evolving at breakneck speed,” added Davies.

Among the industry heavyweights confirmed to speak at the Satellite Industry Forum are Dave McGlade (CEO, Intelsat), Romain Bausch (President & CEO, SES), Nongluck Phinainitisart (President, Thaicom), Bill Wade (President & CEO, AsiaSat), Paul Brown-Kenyon (COO, MEASAT), Tom Choi (CEO, ABS), Cheng Guangren (President, APT Satellite) and Inoue Osamu (Senior EVP, SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation)
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