[SatNews] Global VSAT and terrestrial communications solutions provider Emerging Markets Communications (EMC) has announced that the company will be joining a panel discussion at Asosiasi Satelit, Indonesia's APSAT 2014, on June 12th, to discuss the impact of high throughput satellite solutions on cellular backhaul and the challenges and strategies to expand networks.
APSAT 2014 is ASSI's 13th consecutive international conference with a focus on satellite telecommunications and market opportunities and business trends within the industry, specifically in the Asia-Pacific region. ASSI is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote and encourage development within the satellite communications sector through international collaboration.
For the second consecutive year, EMC has accepted the invitation to participate as a sponsor and panel member at this event. EMC's Vice President of Asia-Pacific, James Alderdice, will be among the panel of speakers during session 5, beginning at 9:00 a.m. UTC on Thursday, June 12 and will discuss technologies that can assist with providing more cost-effective cellular backhaul. In addition, EMC will sponsor lunch on Thursday at 12:15 pm UTC.
EMC provides satellite communications to various industry sectors, specializing in emerging markets such as Africa, APAC, Middle East, North Sea and Brazil. EMC offers both onshore and offshore communications services provided in C-band and Ku-band, combined with value-added services and patented proprietary hardware and software to offer comprehensive turnkey connectivity solutions. Currently, EMC's presence in APAC includes a corporate office in Jakarta, Indonesia with teleports across the region and engineering field support locations in seven APAC locations.
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