TranSPORT 2017: Nature of Contribution Links Changes as Public Internet Plays Bigger Role

Once upon a time, those involved in the contribution business (and their clients) had one choice: look to the sky, find a satellite, and work to ensure that the signal gets to where it needs to be. But, over the past decade, the contribution business has been transformed, with the use of fiber, the internet (both public and private), IP packetization, and even bonded-cellular signals giving rise to new levels of flexibility, cost savings, and efficiency. That transformation was examined by an SVG TranSPORT panel that focused on the explosion of IP contribution.

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