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NSS-7 to help clothing retailer extend hit signage campaign
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Turning ambitions into reality, SES WORLD SKIES, a division of SES S.A., announced a new DVB service deal with Microspace aimed at delivering a global retailer's successful digital signage campaign to clothing stores throughout Europe.

Tapping SES WORLD SKIES' NSS-7 satellite, Microspace is enabling the clothing retailer to expand the reach of its innovative North American branding initiative delivered over the AMC-1 spacecraft. Microspace, a leading content delivery firm based in Raleigh, North Carolina, has long relied on SES WORLD SKIES to meet a broad range of market demands – from digital signage, digital cinema and broadcast video to mission-critical disaster recovery and commercial weather services.

“We have long aligned ourselves with SES WORLD SKIES for the reliability and reach of its satellite fleet and the expertise of its people,” said Greg Hurt, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Microspace. “This latest agreement aboard NSS-7 is a great example of how SES WORLD SKIES' footprint enables us to deliver on our customers' global ambitions.”

“Microspace has orchestrated an international success with the direct-link delivery of an innovative digital signage campaign from the US to Europe over the SES WORLD SKIES fleet,” said Andrew Ruszkowski, Vice President of Enterprise Solutions for SES WORLD SKIES. “Powerful digital imagery is a universal language and just one of many ways we're working with Microspace to move audiences, impact consumers and help a wide range of companies build their businesses around the world.”

SES WORLD SKIES


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