EUTELSAT


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EUTELSATEuropean Telecommunications Satellite
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Built by Airbus Defence and Space and Northrop Grumman, EUTELSAT 5 West B will serve video markets in Europe and North Africa from the key 5[degree sign] West orbital position where it will replace the EUTELSAT 5 West A satellite, providing business continuity and improved service quality via a Ku-band payload of 35 equivalent 36 MHz transponders.
This is owing to the disposal of the stake in EUTELSAT 25B and the acquisition of Noorsat.
Established in 2004, Noorsat is the premier distributor of Eutelsat capacity in the Middle East, serving blue-chip customers and providing services for over 300 TV channels almost exclusively from Eutelsat's market-leading Mena neighbourhoods.
Separation of Eutelsat's new satellite occurred after a 9 hour 12 minute Proton flight.
Eutelsat completed an upgrade in the night of September 30th of over 210 television channels onto the new satellite from two Eutelsat satellites located at 7/8 degrees West.
Operator of communication satellites Eutelsat Communications (Paris: ETL.PA) announced on Monday a new class of satellites, the Eutelsat Quantum class of satellites.
Divona has signed a multi-year contract with Eutelsat for a 72 MHz transponder on the EUTELSAT 21B satellite that delivers optimum coverage of the regions where it concentrates its operations, notably Algeria and Southern Europe.
EUTELSAT 16A marks the latest step in its international expansion and comes three months after its launch into all Europe via Eutelsat.
Summary: Eutelsat Communications (Euronext Paris: ETL) and NOORSAT Co.
"Tooway(TM) is a revolutionary satellite service offering consumers in rural and slowband areas the chance of true broadband access," said Arduino Patacchini, Eutelsat Multimedia Director.
For the occasion, the new graduate announced that Eutelsat, which generates some $680 million in annual revenue, will go public this summer.