SES has announced that its QuetzSat-1 satellite has safely arrived at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The satellite operator has said that the SES-2 satellite has arrived at the European spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. Both satellites are set for a September launch.
SES has announced it has joined forces with Kenyan television and broadband operator Wananchi to launch a new DTH service called Zuku TV in East Africa. Zuku TV is East Africa’s newest and pay-TV offering, set to provide affordable and quality TV options to the mass market in Africa.Zuku TV is set to launch in […]
In a foundation stone laying ceremony, SES S.A. has celebrated its €34 million investment in a new state-of-the-art satellite control facilities at its Betzdorf campus, as well as in an additional business centre.
International Launch Services (ILS) and SES have announced the launch of SES-6 in 2013 on ILS Proton. SES-6 is the sixth mission under the SES multi launch agreement signed in June 2007 between ILS and SES Satellite Leasing Limited, SES’s satellite procurement and leasing company in the Isle of Man.
Luxembourg-based SES and Sea Launch have announced that they have entered into a framework understanding regarding possible cooperation on the future launch of SES satellites on Sea Launch launch vehicles.
HD+, the SES-Astra backed platform for commercial HDTV in Germany, is making significant progress.
In its 25th year of business, satellite operator SES has demonstrated there remains room for growth, turning in a nine-month revenues of €1,277 million and an operating profit up 7.9% at €591.6 million.
International Launch Services (ILS) and SES have announced the extension of the SES Multi Launch Agreement to December 31, 2014 and the addition of a sixth firm ILS Proton mission through 2014. The MLA was signed in June 2007 between ILS and SES Satellite Leasing Limited, SES’s satellite procurement and leasing company in the Isle […]
Satellite operator SES has posted revenues of €844.9 million for the first half of this year, a 4.5% increase on the corresponding period in 2009. Its EBITDA was meanwhile 3.3% higher at €632.7 million, and operating profit rose by 4.5% to reach €386.3 million.
The SES-1 satellite is set for launch on April 24 from the Baikonour cosmodrome at 11.19 GMT. The lift-off of the Proton rocket can be followed live.