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India's DTH Operator Tata Sky Deploys Skyline's NMS/OSS Solution

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Tata Sky, India's leading content distribution platform providing Pay TV and OTT services, has deployed the DataMiner NMS/OSS solution from Skyline Communications to manage its Direct-to-Home (DTH) operations.

Tata Sky is headquartered in Mumbai, India, was the first to launch multiple products and services that redefined the subscribers’ viewing experience in India, said Skyline.

Satellite direct-to-home distribution is the preferred technology to broadcast services to a vast and geographically distributed audience. Not only does this technology facilitate fast service deployment at an attractive price point, more importantly, it also offers a high degree of service availability. The service quality and availability largely depend on the quality and availability of the uplink.

The DataMiner NMS/OSS is a multi-vendor platform manages any type of device, from any vendor, using any protocol without compromises. For a customer like Tata Sky, this means they only need to invest in one NMS platform, instead of multiple proprietary and closed systems. End-to-end service orchestration and monitoring is at the heart of the platform.

Pramod Gupta, Regional Account Manager - South Asia & Middle East, Skyline Communications
The DataMiner Platform at Tata Sky offers one-screen access of the entire operation, including content acquisition and compression platforms across different vendors and technologies. The unified view enables users to easily access and configure services.

Yigit Riza, CTO, Tata Sky 
Tata Sky has invested in the best-of-breed technology infrastructure to ensure maximum uptime, reliability and scalability. Software applications such as CRM, billing and ERP are deployed in a clustered environment, which not only ensures high availability, but also enriches the experience of our subscribers.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com, or reach him on LinkedIn, Facebook 

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