APSCC E-Newsletter : March 2009
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News in this issue has been collected from January 30 through February 26.
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SATELLITE BUSINESS NEWS
Eutelsat and its Partners Launch Satellite Broadband in France
February 2, 2009 - Eutelsat Communications and its first partners, Numeo and Sat2Way, announced
the immediate launch in France of broadband access. The satellite broadband solution is based on the
Tooway™ service which delivers downlink speeds to user PCs of 2 Mbps and speeds from the user on
the transmit side of 384 kbps. To access Tooway™, users require a dish and modem which are
included in the monthly subscription fee proposed by Numéo and Sat2Way. With no requirement for a
telephone line, Tooway™ enables homes to benefit from broadband connectivity at speeds equivalent
to ADSL. Service providers can also propose complementary services, including antivirus and anti-
spam and can also build triple-play offers combining Internet access, Voice over IP and IPTV channels.
SES NEW SKIES Signs Caprock Deal
February 2, 2009 - SES NEW SKIES announced that CapRock Communications, a global provider of
satellite communications to remote and harsh environments, has contracted 18 MHz of C-band
capacity on the NSS-7 satellite at 338 degrees East. CapRock also renewed an existing contract for 5.8
MHz in Ku-Band on that satellite. CapRock Communications is a provider of global satellite
communications for the oil and gas, government services, maritime engineering and construction,
mining and disaster recovery markets.
Gilat to Provide Nepal Telecom with VSAT and Cellular Backhaul Solution
February 3, 2009 - Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. has been selected by Telecommunications Consultants
India Ltd (TCIL), a telecommunications consultancy and engineering company, to provide Nepal
Telecom with a SkyEdge broadband satellite communications network covering hundreds of sites.
Nepal Telecom will use the new VSAT network to deliver broadband Internet connectivity to remote
areas and to provide toll-quality telephony to rural citizens, meeting its Universal Service Obligations.
Nepal Telecom has also chosen Gilat's SkyAbis cellular backhaul solution to extend the range of GSM
and CDMA services for Nepal's cellular operators.
Integral Systems Announces Expansion of Relationship with B-SAT
February 4, 2009 - Japan's Broadcasting Satellite System Corporation (B-SAT) has selected Integral
Systems to deliver a turnkey satellite control system for the BSAT-3b and BSAT-3c satellites,
scheduled for launch in 2010 and 2011, respectively. The EPOCH Integrated Product Suite (IPS)
system for the two new satellites will be integrated with the BSAT-3a EPOCH IPS satellite control
system, which was provided by Integral under a previous contract. Under this new contract, Integral
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Systems will provide two new, fully redundant, integrated satellite control systems for two Lockheed
Martin A2100 satellites. The new satellite control systems will leverage Integral Systems' complete
EPOCH IPS as well as the Compass software products of its subsidiary, Newpoint Technologies.
iDirect Selected by Australian Satellite Communications for Launch of DVB-S2 Network
February 10, 2009 - VT iDirect, Inc. (iDirect), a subsidiary of VT Systems Inc., announced that
Australian Satellite Communications Pty Ltd (ASC) has chosen the iDirect Evolution platform to
implement a DVB-S2 network covering Australia and New Zealand. ASC will leverage the next-
generation platform to introduce new services for existing and prospective customers. Based on the
DVB-S2 standard with ACM, the network will provide broadband voice and data services over Ku-band,
delivering significant gains in bandwidth efficiency and throughput rates.
Intellian Debuts k4 Ka-band Marine Satellite High Definition TV Antenna
February 10, 2009 - Intellian Technologies, a leader in marine satellite entertainment and
communications, announced the latest addition to its line of marine satellite TV antennas, the k4. The
new Intellian antenna offers the greatest number of high-definition (HD) channels at sea. k4, along with
the recently announced k6, is the only in-motion marine antenna that are capable of receiving Ka-band
signals and more than 130 DirectTV HD channels broadcast over it. k4 and k6 can be used in
conjunction with Intellian Technologies’ Ku-band antenna to provide boaters with all 500 DirectTV’s HD
and SD programming channels. Intellian’s new Dual Antenna Control Unit (DACU) allows boaters to
seamlessly switch between DirecTV’s five satellites providing the same full digital and HD programming
enjoyed by home viewers. k4 is compatible with any Intellian Ku-band antenna providing more
programming thanany other marine satellite antenna package on the market.
Telecom Fiji Expands Gilat SkyEdge Network for Cellular Backhaul Application
February 11, 2009 - Telecom Fiji Ltd. (TFL) has added Gilat's SkyAbis cellular-backhaul solution to its
satellite communications network to enhance Fiji's mobile service. The addition of Gilat's SkyAbis
cellular backhaul solution has enabled TFL’s expansion of CDMA services to regions where it was not
economically feasible before. The expansion followed TFL’s deployment and operation of a Gilat
SkyEdge network which provides a number of diverse services and applications in the remote Fiji
islands. TFL provides high-speed IP services to more than 120 remote villages and private resorts
throughout Fiji as a DSL alternative. In addition, solar powered SkyEdge VSATs provide rural services
to villages that previously had no telephony connectivity.
Globecomm Systems Receives Service Contract with a Major US Government Prime Contractor
February 13, 2009 - Globecomm Services Maryland, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Globecomm
Systems Inc., has received a one-year service contract from a major U.S. Government prime contractor
valued at $13.7 million. On January 2, 2008, Globecomm was awarded a service contract renewal from
a major U.S. Government prime contractor valued at up to $42.4 million over four years, if all options
are exercised, to provide satellite, data, voice and microwave services to several locations in the Middle
East, Africa and Asia as well as certain Pacific and Caribbean islands. The scope of work specified that
Globecomm would provide fully managed engineering support, teleport services, and equipment,
complete with installation and maintenance. Each option year requires incremental funding and
includes additional options to increase the scope of work for both locations and services offerings. This
$13.7 million contract has been issued under the previously announced multi-year contract, is fully
funded and includes a significant increase in scope over the base contract.
SES NEW SKIES Signs New Multi-Transponder Agreement with TIBA
February 17, 2009 - SES NEW SKIES announced that Telepuerto Internacional Buenos Aires (TIBA)
has signed a new multi-transponder, multi-year agreement for satellite capacity on the NSS-806
satellite at the orbital location of 319.5 degrees East. With this new 7 year agreement, TIBA now has a
total of 187.4 MHz on NSS-806 under contract. TIBA is a Latin American provider of satellite,
telecommunications and full management content services for television signals. TIBA owns teleports
equipped with state-of-the-art technology in Argentina, and provides operations to broadcasters and
has on board more than 120 television channels.
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JSAT MOBILE is Granted License to Offer BGAN and FleetBroadband Services in Japan
February 18, 2009 - Stratos Global Corporation (Stratos) announced that JSAT MOBILE
Communications Inc. (JSAT MOBILE) has been granted a radio license by the Kanto Bureau of the
Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. The license authorizes JSAT MOBILE to
offer Inmarsat BGAN and FleetBroadband mobile satellite communications services in Japan and on
Japanese-registered vessels. Inmarsat’s BGAN and FleetBroadband mobile satellite offerings use
portable, lightweight terminals to provide simultaneous, high-speed data and voice connectivity
anywhere in the world. FleetBroadband from Stratos provides on-demand guaranteed IP data rates (up
to 432 kbps), regardless of the vessel’s location. Stratos has activated hundreds of FleetBroadband
terminals for commercial, military and leisure vessels.
Thuraya Appoints Fonenet as Distributor For ThurayaIP
February 22, 2009 - Fonenet, a UK-based telecom solution provider, will be marketing and distributing
ThurayaIP, a competitive mobile satellite broadband service, in UK and major African markets. With a
strong distribution network, Fonenet will be targeting key market segments such as oil and gas
operations and NGOs offices, as well as private customers. ThurayaIP, introduced mid of last year, has
advanced features making it an ideal communication partner. Sleekly designed with a compact A-5 size
and transmission speed upto 444 Kbps, it also has a video streaming capacity that functions at a speed
of 384 Kbps.
APSI to Operate as Common Carrier of Satellite Mobile Communication in Korea
February 24, 2009 - APSI announced that the Company will operate as a common carrier of satellite
mobile communication in Korea, which will be APSI's secondary source of growth. To operate the
satellite system, APSI has already constructed the L-band antenna, satellite modem channel, a ground
network access switchboard and an accounting application system. Furthermore, APSI will also build a
C-band satellite earth station and a satellite network station, which means investing an additional KRW
12.8 billion from 2009 to 2013. Thuraya Service provides various satellite terminals such as satellite
mobile phones, Maritime terminal, Thuraya IP, Fixed Docking Unit, etc.
Inmarsat Completes I4 Repositioning
February 25, 2009 - The new global I-4 satellite network went live when broadband services were
successfully transferred to the Inmarsat-4 (I-4) F1 spacecraft at 20:00 UTC on Tuesday, 24 February.
Also involved in the transfer were Inmarsat's satellite phone services (SPS) - IsatPhone, LandPhone
and FleetPhone, which have now commenced operation on two I-4 satellites. As a result, satellite
phone services are now available on both the I-4 EMEA and I-4 Asia-Pacific satellites. The restoration
of services on the I-4 F1 brings Inmarsat's satellite repositioning program to a successful conclusion.
C-COM Satellite Systems Receives Multiple System Orders from Malaysia
February 10, 2009 - C-COM Satellite Systems Inc. has received an initial order for a number of iNetVu
Mobile systems from its reseller, Numix Engineering Sdn Bhd in Malaysia. The mobile satellite antenna
systems are going to be deployed by Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) for its mobile retail outlet, which
will comprise a fleet of vehicles fully customized to operate as a “one stop centre” for its sales &
Newtec FlexACM Increases Service Availability for SkyVision
February 26, 2009 - SkyVision, a provider of turnkey broadband Internet solutions has implemented
Newtec’s FlexACM for use on a high speed IP point-to-point link on an inclined orbit satellite between
Kenya and Austria. The activation of FlexACM on this link increases throughput on average by 85 %,
and guarantees up to 100 % link availability. SkyVision’s point-to-point link between its teleport in
Kenya and its main teleport in Austria uses an inclined orbit satellite. In order to follow the position of
the inclined orbit satellite, SkyVision needs to use tracking on outbound and inbound antennas. The
Newtec FlexACM solution, that enables the usage of higher modulation schemes and lower error
correction, results in an average data throughput of 74 Mbps, an 85 % improvement on performance
from the previous system, and with peak-throughput speeds of 95 Mbps or 137 % during the best link
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AsiaSat Signs France 24 Capacity Deal
February 2, 2009 - Asia Satellite Telecommunications Company Limited (AsiaSat) and FRANCE 24
signed a contract to distribute FRANCE 24’s English-language 24-hour international news channel
across the Asia-Pacific region through AsiaSat 2’s C-band platform at SatLink Communications. With
the launch of its free-to-air English-language service on AsiaSat 2, FRANCE 24 is able to access all
leading cable and satellite television networks, terrestrial television stations and hotel networks
throughout Asia, Australasia and the Middle East. The channel covers all world events with a focus on
five major sectors: news, economics, culture and arts, sports and world weather forecast.
Fashion TV’s HD Service Chooses AsiaSat 2
February 9, 2009 - AsiaSat and Fashion TV (FTV) signed an agreement for C-band capacity on
AsiaSat 2 to launch FTV HD, the new high definition channel by FTV, in Asia Pacific. Broadcast of FTV
HD has commenced on AsiaSat 2. Through AsiaSat 2’s coverage and penetration, the channel is
distributed to all major cable and satellite networks, and pay TV platforms across the region, providing
Asian viewers access to exceptional picture and sound quality of new programming on fashion, beauty,
lifestyle and luxury. FTV has also chosen RRsat Global Communication Network Ltd., a provider of
comprehensive content management and global distribution services to the television and radio
broadcasting industries, to provide the playout and uplink services for the FTV HD channel to AsiaSat
THAICOM to Transmit Next Step Programs
February 3, 2009 - Commercial satellite operator and the operator of the IPSTAR satellite broadband
system, THAICOM Public Company Limited, has signed a contract with Real Metro Company Limited
for capacity on the THAICOM-5 satellite platform to transmit its seven television channels under the
production and operation of Next Step Company Limited “Next Step”, its subsidiary. The total Contract
value is approximately $6.68 million. In addition, THAICOM has already broadcasted Next Step’s seven
channels on the THAICOM-5’s Ku-band transponder since the beginning of 2009.
Eutelsat Doubles its Broadcasting Resources at 9 Degrees East
February 24, 2009 - Eutelsat Communications announced the entry into commercial service of its
EUROBIRD™ 9A satellite at 9 degrees East. Redeployment of the satellite was made possible with last
week's entry into service at 13 degrees East of HOT BIRD™ 9, which released EUROBIRD™ 9A
(formerly HOT BIRD™ 7A) for its new commercial mission to support the rapid pace of growth at
Eutelsat's 9 degrees East broadcast neighborhood. It will replace EUROBIRD™ 9 at this position,
doubling operational resources from 20 to 38 transponders. The smooth transfer of 175 television
channels and 25 radio stations onto EUROBIRD™ 9A was completed by Eutelsat's control centre,
working closely with broadcast clients and providers of uplink services.
SPACE / LAUNCH NEWS
Arianespace Orders 35 Ariane 5 ECA Launchers from Astrium
February 2, 2009 - On January 30 at European Space Agency headquarters in Paris, Jean-Yves Le
Gall, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Arianespace, and Alain Charmeau, Chief Executive
Officer of Astrium Space Transportation, signed a contract for the production of 35 Ariane 5 ECA
launchers (designated the “PB” batch), worth more than 4 billion Euros. The launchers in the PB batch
will be used starting in the second half of 2010, after the 30 Ariane 5 launchers ordered in 2004 (“PA”
batch). With this contract, Arianespace now has 49 Ariane 5 launchers under production along with the
upcoming service entry of the Vega and Soyuz launchers at the Guiana Space Center in French
Guiana. Astrium is the sole prime contractor for Ariane 5, delivering a complete, tested and integrated
launcher to Arianespace at the Guiana Space Center.
Astrium and Thales Alenia Space Partners of Arabsat for Two more Satellites
February 4, 2009 - ARABSAT has selected the consortium of Astrium and Thales Alenia Space to build
and deliver in orbit two new satellites, Arabsat 5C and Arabsat 6B. Astrium and Thales Alenia Space
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are jointly responsible for building the satellites and delivering them in orbit. Astrium, the leading
partner, will supply the Eurostar E3000 platforms and integrate the satellites. Thales Alenia Space will
design and build the communications payloads. The team will also upgrade the ground control segment
for the extended ARABSAT satellite fleet. A Eurostar E3000 model equipped with a payload featuring
26 active transponders in C-band and 12 in Ka-band, Arabsat-5C will have a spacecraft power of 10kW
at the end of its 15-year design lifetime. Arabsat-6B will be co-located with the rest of ARABSAT's
BADR constellation of DTH satellites at its 26 degrees East video "hot-spot", extending in-orbit capacity
for television services. Both satellites will be launched by Ariane 5 in the timeframe 2010-2012.
Thales Alenia and Arianespace Space Announce Contract with Gazprom for Two Satellites
February 6, 2009 - Gazprom Space Systems and Thales Alenia Space (TAS) signed a contract for
manufacturing and delivering two Yamal-400 new generation communications satellites, Yamal-401
and Yamal-402. The launch contract was signed with Arianespace following the contract signed by
Thales Alenia Space and Gazprom for the in-orbit delivery of the satellites. TAS, as the prime
contractor, will be responsible for the design, manufacture, testing and turnkey delivery of the satellites
as well as for the associated ground segment deployment. The new satellites launch is scheduled for
2011. Offering a design life exceeding 15 years, the two satellites will provide fixed communications
and television transmission services. Yamal-401 will weigh 4,900 kg at launch, and will be equipped
with 36 Ku-band and 17 C-band transponders. It will be positioned at 90 degrees East. Yamal-402,
weighing 4,800 kg at launch, will have 46 Ku-band transponders and be positioned at 55 degrees East.
SES Selects Space Systems/Loral to Provide Satellite for EchoStar
February 11, 2009 - SES S.A. has signed a contract with Space Systems/Loral for the procurement of
QuetzSat-1, a communications satellite with coverage of Mexico, North America and Central America.
QuetzSat-1 is fully contracted to a subsidiary of EchoStar Corporation and will be used in part by Dish
Mexico, an EchoStar joint venture, for DTH services in Mexico. It is further expected that EchoStar and
its Satellite Services division will provide capacity on QuetzSat-1 to a subsidiary of DISH Network
Corporation for use in connection with its U.S. DTH business. QuetzSat-1, which is scheduled for
launch in 2011, is a Ku-band satellite designed to provide service for 15 years or more. The satellite will
be located at 77 degrees West.
RSCC Announces Successful Launch of Express-AM44 and Express-DM1
February 11, 2009 - The Express-AM44 and Express-MD1 satellites have been successfully launched
onto target orbit by a Proton-M rocket with Breez-M accelerator and taken under control by RSCC
satellite mission control center. At present RSCC via its terrestrial facilities controls AM44 and MD1
movement onto geostationary orbit at 11 degrees West and 80 degrees East orbital slots, respectively.
The new satellites will provide the Russian customers with the TV and radio broadcasting services,
telephony, data transmission and broadband Internet. Express-AM44 was manufactured by ISS
Reshetnev with the French branch of Thales Alenia Space. The Express-AM44 carrying capacity is
1265 MHz, including 10 C-band transponders, 16 Ku-band transponders and 1 L-band transponder.
Express-MD1 was manufactured by Khrunichev SCRPC with the Italian branch of Thales Alenia Space.
Express-MD1 is equipped with 8 C-band transponders and 1 L-band transponder. The carrying
capacity of the satellite is 321 MHz.
Ariane 5 Begins 2009 with the Successful Launch of HOT BIRD 10 and NSS-9
February 12, 2009 - Arianespace initiated another busy year of launch activity with the successful
Ariane 5 launch on February 12, which orbited payloads for two satellite communications operators -
Eutelsat and SES. HOT BIRD 10 is to be used by Eutelsat for cable and satellite broadcasting duties,
and it ultimately will be located at the company's video neighborhood orbital slot of 13 degrees East.
The spacecraft was manufactured by EADS Astrium using the Eurostar E3000 spacecraft bus
spacecraft, and is equipped with 64 Ku-band transponders. SES NEW SKIES' NSS-9 had a liftoff mass
of about 2,240 kg and is designed to provide coverage for a variety of customers - including TV
broadcasters, government users, operators and transport firms in the Pacific islands, as well as the
maritime industry. Produced by Orbital Sciences Corporation with its Star-2 satellite bus, NSS-9 is
configured with 44 C-band transponders, and will be positioned at an orbital slot of 183 degrees East.
Update on Iridium Satellite Constellation
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February 13, 2009 - Iridium Satellite has completed its service hole patch in relation to its recent
satellite loss. The company announced on February 11 that it lost an operational satellite as the result
of a collision with a non-operational Russian satellite. The company also announced that the satellite
loss may have resulted in very limited service disruption in the form of brief, occasional outages.
Though the satellite loss has had minimal impact on Iridium’s service, the company has taken
immediate action to address any impact. The Iridium service hole patch addresses a significant portion
of outages that customers otherwise might have experienced. The company also is taking the
necessary steps to replace the lost satellite with one of its in-orbit spares, and the operational planning
stage is underway.
ILS and AsiaSat Announce Proton Launch of AsiaSat 5 in 3rd Quarter 2009
February 24, 2009 - International Launch Services (ILS) and Asia Satellite Telecommunications Co.
Ltd. (AsiaSat) announced a contract for the launch of the AsiaSat 5 satellite on an ILS Proton. The
satellite is under construction by Space Systems/Loral, and is expected to be delivered to the Baikonur
Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan early this summer. ILS and Khrunichev are implementing a mission
integration schedule to support a third quarter 2009 launch. AsiaSat 5 will replace AsiaSat 2 at the
orbital location of 100.5 degrees East. The new AsiaSat 5 will offer an enhanced pan Asian C-band
footprint and high-power Ku-band beams over East Asia, South Asia, and an in-orbit steerable Ku
beam. The satellite is a Space Systems/Loral 1300 platform, designed for a lifespan of 15 years.
Land Launch Success for Telstar 11N Satellite
February 26, 2009 - The Land Launch Zenit-3SLB system successfully inserted Telesat’s Telstar 11N
communications satellite into a geosynchronous transfer orbit from the Zenit launch site at the Baikonur
Space Center in Kazakhstan on February 26. Space Systems/Loral built Telstar 11N on its 1300 series
platform for Telesat to provide state-of-the-art satellite capacity for a broad range of video and data
applications that connect the continents of North America, Europe and Africa. The spacecraft has 39
high-power Ku-band transponders as well as a unique Atlantic Ocean beam, which will support growing
demand for mobile broadband from maritime and aeronautical markets. It has a 15-year design life.
Sri Lanka Announces Plans for First and Second Satellite
February 18, 2009 - Sri Lanka is set to launch its first satellite in 2009, a spacecraft named after
science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke, Sri Lankan government officials confirmed in a press
announcement released February 16. The officials also confirmed that a second satellite, a
geostationary spacecraft, would follow. The Sri Lankan government has not named any potential
partners, manufacturers or financiers but said it is exploring public-private partnerships and foreign
assistance to launch the satellites. The first satellite is expected to cost about $20 million, with the
second estimated at about $100 million.
Integral Systems Appoints Levi Royster as VP of Information Technology & Information Security
February 18, 2009 - Integral Systems, Inc. announced that it has hired Levi A. Royster to serve as vice
president of information technology and information security. In his position, Royster is responsible for
developing a company-wide approach to addressing security processes that protect the people,
information and property at Integral Systems' locations. In addition, Royster is responsible for the
design, development and implementation of the company's information technology infrastructure and
information security processes.
Norbert Hölzle Appointed CEO of ND SatCom
February 11, 2009 - ND SatCom announced that Norbert Hölzle has been appointed new CEO as of
March 1, 2009. The new chief executive takes over the responsibility from Padraig McCarthy who
served as an interim CEO since September 2008 and will continue in his role as SES ASTRA Chief
Financial Officer and member of the ND SatCom shareholder committee. Hölzle has worked several
years as Managing Director, Head of Sales and executive board member at T-Systems International.
Before, he served as Head of Business Customer and member of the management board at O2,
Germany. Between 1988 and 1994, he was NATO Officer with the German Air Force and holds a
telecommunication engineering degree of the University of the German Armed Forces.
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Satellite MENA 2009, March 3-5, Dubai, UAE, www.satellitemena.com
Satellite MENA is being launched in response to the increasing demand of the satellite communications
industry in the Middle East, North Africa & South Asia region. Held alongside CABSAT MENA, the
event will serve broadcasters, commercial entities, telecom operators, government, NGOs and the
military. Satellite MENA will be the industry's networking platform to explore business opportunities,
formulate strategies and create partnerships for video, voice data and IP communication over satellite.
Satellite 2009 Conference & Exhibition, March 24-27, Washington, DC, USA,
MSUA-6, March 26-27, Washington, DC, USA, www.satellitetoday.com/satellite2009/msua-6/
SatCom Africa 2009, April 6-9, Johannesburg, South Africa, www.terrapinn.com/2009/satcomza
NAB Show, April 18-22, Las Vegas, USA, www.nabshow.com
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