Satellite TV providers are increasingly being challenged to deliver all the entertainment and connectivity options that today’s consumers demand from their digital media experience, without one important element that cable operators take for granted: the return path. Despite this, recent technological advances are keeping the industry at the top of its game, and satellite remains essential as a delivery system for vast portions of the planet where it is impractical to run cable or fiber optics. Its reliability is second to none, which is why satellite users range from homes in remote areas to MDUs, office buildings, commercial properties, and critical infrastructure such as hospitals, law enforcement, and government agencies.
ATX helps deliver satellite content securely and cost-effectively to properties of any size and to any number of displays, offering viewers more advanced capabilities and powerful interfaces, while reducing installation, energy, and equipment costs for property owners. The company works closely with satellite providers, offering the agility and flexibility to quickly deliver direct broadcast satellite solutions that address their specific needs. ATX products allow providers to accommodate the infrastructure of any facility, whether they rely on coax or have incorporated IPTV systems, while enabling smaller operators to bolster their offering with high-speed data services to meet the demand for over-the-top video or managed IPTV services. In addition, the company offers all-in-one solutions that decode, decrypt, re-encrypt, and rebroadcast content in IP, QAM, or analog NTSC output, while providing end-to-end content protection from uplink to the TV.