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ATCi Tailors Simulsat Transport System for Asian Market

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Press release date: June 18, 2014

Multibeam System Encompasses Whole Range of Satellites Required for Media Harvesting of Content for Today's Multi-Screen Technology

Simulsat Transport System Customized for Asian News Gathering and Content Aggregation Applications

SINGAPORE — CommunicAsia - ATCi - Antenna Technology Communications Inc., a provider of satellite communications systems, today introduced at the CommunicAsia Conference being held in Singapore, its Simulsat Multibeam transport antenna system designed for regional Asian applications.

The Simulsat RF transport solution is a complete integrated RF ingest and distribution system.  It combines the reception of multiple satellite feeds using our Simulsat antenna and their delivery into the headend building using our complete fiber TX/RX solution.  Static and dynamic distribution of the satellites feed is also provided using our splitters and matrix switch.  All components of this system are monitored and controlled with our Vistalink software and integrated spectrum analyzer.

ATCi's President Gary Hatch noted that the company's Simulsat Multibeam was specifically re-engineered to handle the unique applications that are specific to broadcasters in Asian countries.

"It is a testament to ATCi's continuous commitment to our customers that the Company was able to re-engineer the legacy Simulsat Multibeam system that has been serving cable customers for 30+ years in the US and abroad to also meet the unique news gathering and content aggregation needs of Asian broadcasters," said Gary Hatch, ATCi's CEO. "It is a validation of our engineering expertise, and we are honored that broadcasters throughout the Asian region can also rely on ATCi's Simulsat transport system to provide the essential downlink capabilities essential to their business," Hatch concluded.

About ATCi
ATCi enhances its customers' opportunity for profit by providing custom global ground-based satellite communications systems and broadband services. The company is committed to delivering innovative technologies to meet the emerging needs of cable television, corporations, government, educational institutions and small- and medium-sized enterprises. ATCi is headquartered in Chandler, Arizona with operating sales offices in North America, China and Brazil. For further information on ATCi products and services, please call 480-844-8501 or visit our Web site at http://www.atci.com.

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Contact: ATCi Corporate Office, phone: +1-480-844-8501, fax: +1-480-898-7667 or ATCi Eastern Office, phone: +1-570-282-3590, fax: +1-570-282-3258

Web Site: http://www.atci.com


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