CABSAT 2013 Chosen For Debut Of ONE CONNXT Exhibition

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CABSAT 2013 chosen for debut of ONE CONNXT Exhibition. Your content direct to your customers with ONE CONNXT.

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“It’s never been so easy for content providers to control their own destiny,” according to Mark Lobwein, Head of Global Sales for ONE CONNXT. “ONE CONNXT allows broadcasters to pinpoint exactly where they transmit content and select who receives it.

ONE CONNXT, an award winning leader in broadcast delivery, has chosen CABSAT 2013 to debut their first official exhibition. CABSAT is the Middle East and Africa’s largest broadcast and satellite technical event. Show attendees will be able to view live demonstrations of ONE CONNXT and learn how the system helps them be in control of their content.

ONE CONNXT live demos will show broadcasters how to deliver content with plug and play simplicity via a custom web-scheduling portal. Cloud services provide broadcasters an ultimate video storage system that allows regional time shifting with any time playback capability. ONE CONNXT differs from other systems because it was created by the broadcasters at ONE Media Corp for broadcasters. ONE CONNXT was designed to meet or exceed broadcast standards offering quality and reliability comparable to traditional broadcast. The ONE CONNXT technology is an improvement over traditional broadcast methods for parts of the world like the Middle East where infrastructure can be challenging. It uses a proprietary conditional access system with throughput optimization that cleans up Internet connections and ensures global reach.

Another huge advantage to the ONE CONNXT system, is that broadcasters can move content independent of packagers or playout facilities. Broadcasters keep complete control of their expensively produced product lessening the risk for piracy. It also allows broadcasters to optimize content for their customer base and eliminate costly middlemen.

“We’ve spent a great deal of time and money creating content,” said Mustafa Tell, GM of Broadcast Operations at ART “ONE CONNXT puts us back in full control of our content by allowing us to deliver specifically to our customers and ensuring we know exactly where our content is at all times. We can count on it to be reliable and reach our base across the world.”

“It’s never been so easy for content providers to control their own destiny,” according to Mark Lobwein, Head of Global Sales for ONE CONNXT. “ONE CONNXT allows broadcasters to pinpoint exactly where they transmit content and select who receives it. Traditional satellite footprints force you to blanket an entire region to deliver to one or two operators. With the ONE CONNXT solution you can deliver directly to each operator regardless of their location, whether they are in down under Australia, at the media hub of Jordan, or in Hollywood. You control what operator gets your content and when. It’s never been so easy to reach your customers without risking your content. With ONE CONNXT, your content is always under control.”

Please stop by the ONE CONNXT booth Hall 3, Stand #314 of CABSAT to view a demonstration of the system. Contact mark(at)oneconnxt(dot)com to set up a private demo.

Additional information about ONE CONNXT is available at http://www.ONECONNXT.com.

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For more information please contact:
Jodi Morelli
Email: jmorelli(at)oneconnxt(dot)com
Tel: +1 203.249.2839

URL: http://www.oneconnxt.com

About ONE CONNXT
ONE CONNXT, a division of ONE Media Corp Inc. is an award winning end-to-end HD/SD content distribution service that provides high quality live and recorded video programming virtually anywhere in the world with significant savings over satellite or fiber. Via ONE CONNXT, video can be delivered either point to point or point to multipoint utilizing our proprietary IP solutions. Our service enables clients to successfully reach more locations with higher operational flexibility and reduced delivery costs.

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