Hispasat and Intelsat have detailed their collaboration with respect to capabilities at the 55.5 degrees West orbital position.
Spanish satellite operator Hispasat will join the efforts to implement the SAT>IP standard and roll it out to worldwide partners.
Hispasat’s new satellite for Europe and the Americas is to be built by Space Systems/Loral (SSL).
Hispasat has chosen Space Systems/Loral (SSL) to produce the Hispasat 1F, to be located at orbital position 30 degrees West.
Hispasat said that it net profit has increased by 5.5% compared to 2012 to €54.3 million.
Spanish infrastructure firm Abertis has sold its 5.01% stake in Eutelsat Communications.
Hispasat and Intelsat will co-locate Intelsat’s Galaxy 11 and Hispasat’s Amazonas 1 satellites at 55.5 degrees West for two years, increasing capacity to expand their services.
Spanish infrastructure group Abertis is seeking to take control of the Israeli satellite operator Spacecom through a deal with 64.5% owner Eurocom.
Hispasat has said that an anomaly has been detected in the Amazonas 4A’s initial performance.
Spanish satellite communications operator Hispasat has extended its service agreement with RRSat, RTVE and FORTA covering broadcast content from its 30 degrees West position.