Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) is participating in CABSAT as the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region remains one of the priority markets for the satellite operator. RSCC has been providing communications and broadcasting services in the Middle East region for over 15 years.
RSCC satellites in the orbital positions from 14 degrees West up to 53 degrees East provide a stable coverage of the region and are designed for corporate networks and communication services on ships and aircraft.
Alexey Volin, Director General of RSCC, said: “CABSAT is a connecting platform for the satellite community, which helps to provide the best conditions for business development, defining strategies and creating partnerships. Two years have passed since the start of the pandemic, the market is starting to recover, and CABSAT provides an opportunity to meet face-to-face with key industry players. Satellite operators, equipment manufacturers and potential service users from all over the world come to the exhibition. We are always open to expanding cooperation both with our continuing partners and with new potential customers.”
RSCC will be at the show to discuss the wide range of satellite solutions it offers, using the capacity of Express-AM8, Express-AM44, Express-AM7 and Express-AM6 satellites. These solutions help provide high-quality services in the region for TV and radio broadcasting (as well as TV-platforms with the possibility to organise the up-link in Europe), data exchange, Internet access, as well as maritime VSAT. It will also highlight a solution that uses the Express-AM series based on maritime VSAT technology, which allows RSCC to provide a wide range of digital communication and broadcasting services on vessels of various classes and purposes.
Volin added: “RSCC continues to develop foreign projects and rates high the prospects for satellite communications and broadcasting in the Middle East region. Using the unique capabilities of its own space infrastructure, RSCC is ready to strengthen its presence in the Middle East, providing competitive high-quality services in these countries.”
RSCC will also use the show to assess how the market has changed in the last couple of years since the pandemic and hopes to understand how manufacturers have recovered and what kind of commercial products are now being launched in the market.