Gazprom Space Systems (GSS) will promote its Yamal satellites’ capacity at CABSAT. The GSS fleet comprises four satellites positioned between 49E and 183E, as well as advanced ground telecommunications infrastructure.
The C-band payload of Yamal-202 (49E) has wide coverage over the Eurasian continent, in particular over the MENA. The satellite supports a range of point-to-point connections and VSAT networks for corporate customers.
It is optimal for the arrangement of communication links and data transmission in the interest of government authorities for TV distribution, as well as for arrangement of trunks between the centres of information resources concentration (mainly in Europe) and the centres of resources consumption (the Middle East and Asia). This year, Yamal-202 will be replaced by new HTS satellite Yamal-601.
Yamal-402 (55E) provides Ku-band coverage over Russia, CIS countries, Europe, part of the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa. Customers can both operate within the African footprint (the Southern beam) and use the interbeam communication between Europe and Africa. Yamal-402 capacity is used more and more actively for occasional use.
Yamal-401 is located in one of the most popular positions in Russia, 90 degrees East, dedicated mainly to the Russian market. The satellite is equipped with C- and Ku-band payloads. The GSS customer base includes more than 250 companies. Yamal satellite capacity is used for services in more than 100 countries.
Hall 7, Stand J7-30