Tata Sky to launch 4K video service in India

Harit Nagpal

Harit Nagpal

Leading Indian DTH operator Tata Sky has launched the first commercial 4K video service in the subcontinent.

Enabled by Ericsson compression technology, the Tata Sky 4K service allows customers to watch video up to four times the resolution of the standard high definition (HD) video currently available.

“Tata Sky is committed towards delivering a world class TV viewing experience to its customers,” comments Harit Nagpal, CEO, Tata Sky. “As the discerning customers of today look towards the future of TV, we are pleased to extend our partnership with Ericsson to deliver next generation 4K ultra high definition technology to our customers in India.”

This year’s TV Connect (28 – 30 April 2015 ExCel, London) sees a wealth of first rate keynotes, panels and demonstrations exploring the future of 4K, such as the keynote session, “Driving Demand for 4K in the Home” by Dune HD’s Richard Reis. Click here to download the full brochure.



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