Pasadena Live-Streaming Communications Provider Leaves Pasadena, Moves to Nevada

Published : Thursday, April 4, 2019 | 7:59 PM

The SpaceConnection, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Telesat that for years had occupied an office at Corporate Center Pasadena, at 225 South Lake Avenue, will be moving its headquarters to a newly constructed facility in Henderson, Nevada.

The company said their new office will be at a newly constructed 100,000-square foot state-of-the-art technical facility owned and operated by Roberts Communications Network.

The new facility expands SpaceConnection’s portfolio of services to serve their broadcast, media, and enterprise customers, the statement said.

“The capabilities and infrastructure at this facility allow us to meet the complex and evolving demands of our clients,” Jonathan Crawford, SpaceConnection President and CEO, said. “Our customers are increasingly demanding ubiquitous content delivery solutions on multiple platforms, live or on-demand, and to all devices and screens. Moving our headquarters to the Henderson facility positions The SpaceConnection with a myriad of technical capabilities to offer our clients a variety of IP-based transport solutions. These solutions include global fiber connectivity, satellite platforms (C-band, Ku-band, Ka-band) for cable and direct-to-home (DTH) distribution, and the Internet (live video streaming and digital archiving).”

With the move, the company expects to be able to offer an array of services to their customer base and potential new customers around the world.

“We are thrilled to bring The SpaceConnection into our new facility to showcase what it has to offer,” Todd Roberts, Roberts Communication President and CEO, said. “This arrangement creates a perfect marketing avenue for the capabilities of Roberts Communications Network and enhances The SpaceConnection’s ability to provide the multi-faceted content delivery solutions required in today’s world.”

For more information about The SpaceConnection, visit http://www.thespaceconnection.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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