Utilising Newtec’s MDM5000 satellite modems, Arab States Broadcasting Union’s (ASBU) upgrade to MENOSPLUS+ platform will provide enhanced services, including HD channels Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) will utilise Newtec’s Dialog multi-service broadcast solution for the upgrade of its Multimedia Exchange Network over Satellite (MENOS). nike pas cher Installed by Newtec in 2008, the MENOS is a networking concept that allows broadcasters to exchange multimedia content, including video and audio material, over satellite across several sites covering a large geographical area. nike air max 2017 dames grijs Following the upgrade to MENOSPLUS+, the new system will utilise Newtec’s MDM5000 satellite modems to create up to 50% additional capacity for HD exchanges. nike air max 2017 dames Additionally, the quality of fast newsgathering (FNG) content will be improved from 1Mbps to 2Mbps using the same Arabsat 5A space segment. Fjallraven Kanken Pas Cher Abdul Rahim Suleiman, director-general of ASBU, said: “The upgrade is important as more users demand HD and 4K/Ultra HD (UHD) content and, with Newtec, we can provide the additional capacity required for this at no extra cost to our customers.” The ASBU is currently developing the ASBU Cloud, which can be integrated with MENOSPLUS+, to enable organisations outside of the Arabsat 5A coverage to exchange programmes.