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Gazprom back at CABSAT to promote satellite capacity

GSS will speak about its five satellites, which operate at a significant geostationary orbit arc segment.

Gazprom Space Systems (GSS), which has been exhibiting at CABSAT since 2007, will continue promoting its Yamal satellite capacity.

“Yamal satellites provide high-quality coverage over the Middle East and North Africa. GSS recognises a variety of opportunities for growth within MENA. The company has a long history of cooperation with telecommunication companies and teleports in the region, providing services for oil & gas, government, aviation, maritime, education and emergency segments. Current business relations inspire GSS for further expansion and growth,” a release from the company said.

GSS is one of only two Russian national satellite operators and operates the Yamal satellite communications system, already well-known in MENA. GSS will speak about the capacity on all five of its satellites – Yamal-202, Yamal300K, Yama-401, Yamal-402 and Yamal-601 – all of which operate at a significant geostationary orbit arc segment (from 49°E to 183°E). The cumulative service zone covers most of the eastern hemisphere and reaches the western part of the North American continent.

Yamal satellite capacity enables communication services delivery to different parts of the world. It is successfully used for communication links and data transmission, TV distribution, occasional use, trunking, backhaul, inflight and maritime connectivity.

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