Clients

We work with some of the industrys biggest names in delivering there streaming needs

Manchester City

When SatStream was approached by Endemol to provide live streaming of several Manchester City football matches, there was of course much excitement at the SatStream offices. This was however coupled with an acute realisation that it would have to be perfect so as not to disappoint the vast number of fans. Luckily our facility in London is well equipped for just such an occasion and the event drew in the crowds, on line and in stadium.

 

Webtel.mobi

When Webtel.mobi launched its service at the end of 2009, the company decided to do so in style. They staged the World’s first intercontinental crossing by Jet-Wing. If that wasn’t challenging enough, they decided to stream the whole event live via the Internet, which was no mean feat and one which required the expertise of SatStream’s teleport and encode facility in London. 

 

Montagne TV

SatStream provided Montagne TV’s live stream using Channel Stream. The feed is taken from Montagne TV in France and transcoded into multiple Web formats at SatStream’s specialist facility in the heart of London, then streamed live via SatStream’s Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) to Montagne TV’s dedicated website and large screen displays.

 

Xbox 360 Microsoft

Dedicated live contribution satellite feeds from LA, California were received via fibre from USA to UK, multi-encoded to various streaming profiles and delivered live to thousands of on-line viewers. Additional live commentary was added in London in 6 extra languages, raising the profile and reach of the global event.   

 

CNN

One of many channels to have benefited from our Channel Stream offer, over various DTH satellites to the public internet. Typically the streamed feeds are each delivered in 3 x live Flash feeds at 250kbps, 500kbps and 1000kbps, and in addition to HLS devices through in cloud transcoding solution: all via SatStream’s partner CDN networks offering truly global reach

BBC World News

BBC World Service is part of a long-term requirement to capture, store and provide remote editing tools via SatStream’s Catchup in the Cloud service. Content is extracted remotely and delivered to commercial VOD platforms around the world 

BBC World Service

We have streamed content LIVE  that is visible via a European satellite. Longer term requirements have specifically been to acquire, and transcode 20+ channels, including CNN, BBC World, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera English and France 24. Typically these are each delivered in 3 x live Flash feeds at 250kbps, 500kbps and 1000kbps.

 

Aljazeera

We have streamed content LIVE  that is visible via a European satellite. Longer term requirements have specifically been to acquire, and transcode 20+ channels, including CNN, BBC World, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera English and France 24. Typically these are each delivered in 3 x live Flash feeds at 250kbps, 500kbps and 1000kbps.

 

BloomBerg

We have streamed content LIVE  that is visible via a European satellite. Longer term requirements have specifically been to acquire, and transcode 20+ channels, including CNN, BBC World, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera English and France 24. Typically these are each delivered in 3 x live Flash feeds at 250kbps, 500kbps and 1000kbps.