Spacecom has resolved a power supply issue that had threatened to shorten the lifespan of the recently launched Amos 5 satellite by some 11 months.
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 signed an agreement with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) to manufacture its new Amos-6 satellite.
Spacecom has signed a follow-on, long-term contract with Magyar Telekom worth up to $7 million (€5.56 million).
Amos 5 will commence commercial operations tomorrow (January 25), operator Spacecom has confirmed.
The Amos-5 satellite has completed its test phase and has now been transported to its launch site in Baikonur, Kazakhstan operator Spacecom has confirmed.
Magyar Telekom has signed a long-term agreement with Spacecom securing it more bandwidth for its DTH platform T-Home Sat TV.
IBC 2010 – AMSTERDAM. Spacecom has outlined its plans to become a global player in the satellite broadcasting market within the next five years.
The Ukrainian broadcaster Inter Media Group has signed a long-term agreement with Spacecom under which its nine channels will be moved to the Amos-3 satellite (4 degrees West).