Satellite operator SES will be at CABSAT 2019 to speak about the transformation it has brought to the satellite industry with its O3b MEO constellation, claiming high-performance connectivity to millions of people and places around the globe.
“We will especially focus on O3b mPOWER, a system of advanced technologies that fully integrates with the existing SES fleet,” commented Nick Roullier, Vice President of SES Networks.
“This is the highest-capacity, farthest-reaching, and most flexible system currently available. O3b mPOWER is an advanced communications system comprising next-generation MEO satellites, innovative ground infrastructure and software intelligence that promises more opportunity to people worldwide.”
Alongside this, SES will also highlight the features of the SES-12 satellite, its third hybrid geostationary satellite with widebeams and high throughput spot beams. This satellite serves the Middle East and Asia-Pacific, including rapidly growing markets like India and Indonesia. It features a Digital Transparent Processor that increases payload flexibility to provide customised bandwidth solutions to its customers. Most of SES’ clients on NSS-6 will migrate to SES-12. This enables DTH operators in the APAC market to deliver more channels and support on-demand platforms for time- and location-shifted video content. It also claims to empower people, communities and businesses in Middle East with high-speed connectivity. The many benefits include the ability for fixed data customers to connect offices and sites across underserved areas; reliable broadband services for governments to bridge the digital divide and fulfil connectivity demands for airlines and vessels travelling along the region’s busiest aeronautical and maritime routes.
SES will also be part of various discussions at GVF including the Global Satellite Focus on “Big Ticket” issues as well as the morning discussion for the Maritime industry and Aero Afternoon discussion.
Hall 7, E7-10