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Eutelsat announced an open standard service platform for streamed video and audio content, high-speed Internet and fast file delivery called "Open-Sky." The satellite organisation said the service was already running from its W3 satellite at 7 degrees East, carrying 20 unencrypted international video services that are generally being streamed at speeds from 256 to 700 kilobits/s using MPEG4 encapsulated over IP.<P>This is expected to grow to nearer 50 videostreaming services by the end of April. Users need a satellite dish and PC equipped with an add-in card to receive these new services and can select between accessing content on-line or retrieving content delivered by satellite and stored in their PC in off-line mode.<P>Eutelsat said it would expand the capacity available for Open-Sky through the W3A satellite, which will be launched in the second quarter of 2003 and co- positioned at 7 degrees East with W3. W3A will also include a Skyplex payload that will permit decentralised access to satellite capacity for local content providers and thus take users into the personal broadcasting era.

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Hoi Pipo,<BR>Dit zou kunnen al te mooi worden in de toekomst. Ik zal mijn licht eens opsteken bij Eutelsat. Mocht ik verder nieuws hierover vernemen dan zet ik dit in het forum 'Internet via the SKY'

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