As the UK’s leading provider of communications infrastructure and media services, we pride ourselves at being at the forefront of the latest industry developments and evolution.
From supplying the means to broadcast the UK Government’s budget announcement in 1928, to servicing the infrastructure of much of the UK’s contemporary television, radio, satellite and wireless communications, we are constantly adapting our business model and systems to best suit the needs of our customers.
We also aim to provide industry leading insight into the current state of the world of media and broadcasting, as well as any new or upcoming developments in the field, through the lens of our own unique, expert opinions and commentary.
We have remained at the forefront of communications infrastructure and media services for 90 years because we maintain a tight focus on not only the changes in the operation of broadcast technology, but the needs and desires of businesses and consumers.
Few doubt the ability of the cloud to reduce cost, increase agility and add flexibility to operations. But what about service assurance?
Every broadcaster and content owner has a cloud strategy, or is likely to be evaluating the need to employ one. Now there’s a simple way of making it an operational reality.
For global sports broadcasters and rights holders, getting their live events in front of the biggest audiences is the whole ball game
There’s nothing ‘normal’ about the world we’re waking up to every morning. The coronavirus pandemic has made sure of that and looks likely to continue to influence industry thinking around agility, business continuity and disaster recovery for some time to come.
Arqiva’s end-to-end approach to security, availability and disaster recovery protects investments and ensures water companies and their customers can face their smart future with confidence.
Arqiva’s network and radio planning underpins the successful collection, processing and delivery of millions of Smart Water Meter (SWM) readings every day.
As 2019 paid testament to the continued strength of linear TV, the increasing influence of digital disruptors, and the power of new players on the field we take a look ahead to what this means for 2020 and beyond.
The Smart Data Communications Company (DCC) has announced that its 2 millionth second-generation smart meter (SMETS2) was installed on Saturday 07 September by British Gas in Carshalton, Surrey.
Unexpected distribution outages are inevitable from time to time, but disruptions like these needn’t have a prolonged impact to service or listeners.
As the Arqiva apprenticeship scheme enters its second decade, its latest round of applications has attracted more aspiring broadcasting and telecommunications professionals than ever before.
Can 4G deliver broadcast-like radio services? It’s a question that comes up again and again as broadcasters continue searching for the best ways to reach their ever-diversifying audiences, so we decided to put both to the test.