WATCH VIDEO. Spacecom’s AMOS-4 satellite, the largest and most sophisticated communication satellite built-in Israel to date, was successfully launched Saturday from Baikonur, Kazakhstan.
Spacecom has confirmed SpaceX as the launch partner for the new AMPS-6 communications satellite.
SatLink Communications has announced that it has been selected by six Nigerian TV channels for a new DTH service.
Spacecom has signed an agreement with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) to manufacture its new Amos-6 satellite.
IBC 2012 – AMSTERDAM. The Israeli satellite operator Amos (Spacecom) is keeping a close eye on developments at Hellas Sat, the future of which has yet to be decided.
RRSat Global Communications Network has announced the launch of two new Ku-Band MCPC Platforms on Spacecom’s Amos-5 Satellite at 17 degrees East.
Amos 5 will commence commercial operations tomorrow (January 25), operator Spacecom has confirmed.
Amos-5 has been launched atop a Proton Breeze-M launcher from the Baikonur facility, Kazakhstan.
Amos has begun to distribute the Croatian channel KLasik TV from the 4 degrees West orbital position.
Spacecom has signed an agreement with a European company to provide satellite services for the new Ukrainian DTH platform Xtra TV. The multi-year deal, which is valued at up to $19 million (€13.2 million), will see the platform employ the Amos-3 satellite at 4 degrees West.