The new Russian communications and broadcasting satellite Express-AMU1 satellite has been launched into geosynchronous transfer orbit.
RSCC’s new satellite Express-AM8 has become operational in its nominal orbital slot of 14 degrees West.
The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) plans to invest R276 billion (€3.82 billion) until 2025 in order to eliminate the digital divide in the country.
The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) is trying to hold on to the 36 million shares it holds in Eutelsat.
The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) has successfully completed the transfer of Express-AM22’s current traffic load to Express-AM6, located at 53 degrees East.
RSCC’s Express-AM7 satellite has reached geo-stationary orbit and commissioning is on track to start in May this year.
The Russian Express-AM7 satellite has been successfully launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome and is now in orbit.
All channels operated by the Russian state broadcaster VGTRK (RTR) will switch to Express-AT1 (56 degrees East) and Express-AT2 (140 degrees East) in January 2015.
A delegation from the Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) has met with China’s Great Wall Industry Corporation to discuss potential cooperation to build, launch and operate communications satellites.
The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) has entered into partnership with Germany’s Romantis to create a new DTH platform covering Africa.