Asia Broadcast Satellite to showcase launch of ABS-2 at CABSAT 2013

by Staff Reporter | January 27th, 2013

At CABSAT 2013, Asia Broadcast Satellite will be highlighting the upcoming launch of ABS-2, scheduled to launch in 2H 2013.  It will carry up to 89 active C, Ku, and Ka-band transponders across 10 different beams reportedly tailored to support the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, E Europe and CIS regions from its 75°E orbital location.

 Serving these regions, the ABS’ teleports in Bahrain, Nairobi and Tel Aviv are reportedly equipped to support data services (VSAT, SCPC, VNO, and HNO), uplink and downlink, monitoring and co-location services

ABS-2 is reportedly designed for a wide range of services including Direct-To-Home, cable TV distribution, VSAT services, data networks, and telecommunications services.

Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS) reportedly offers a range of tailored solutions including broadcasting, cellular backhaul, VSAT and internet backbone services with diverse IP transit through its Asian, African, European and the Middle East internet gateways.  ABS operates four satellites (ABS-1, ABS-1A, ABS-3 and ABS-7) with its fifth satellite ABS-2, scheduled to launch in 2013. ABS-1, ABS-1A, ABS-3 and ABS-7 satellites offer, the company claims, significant high power C- and Ku-band capacity directly over the Middle East and Africa regions.  Serving these regions, the ABS’ teleports in Bahrain, Nairobi and Tel Aviv are reportedly equipped to support data services (VSAT, SCPC, VNO, and HNO), uplink and downlink, monitoring and co-location services.

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