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Khabarovsk SCC: The largest teleport in the Far East is 15 years old

Khabarovsk Space Communications Center (SCC), RSCC branch, was opened in 2004. It is the largest advanced teleport in the Russian Far East. The SCC specializes in putting into place satellite communication and broadcasting channels. Its qualified staff have a unique experience in addressing most ambitious tasks in the development and operation of satellite communication and digital broadcasting systems for various sectors of the Russian economy.

Khabarovsk SCC provides broadcasting of the NTV-Plus and Tricolor commercial television channels via a direct-broadcast television satellite. On the basis of the Khabarovsk SCC, VSAT network stations operate, which are actively used to provide broadband communication channels via latest Russian satellites. For example, a VSAT network has been deployed using the SCC to work with sea fishing vessels in the waters of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk and the Sea of ​​Japan.

Today, the Khabarovsk SCC is a scene of festive events. Those who sent their congratulations include Yuri Prokhorov, RSCC Director General, and Denis Pivnyuk, RSCC Deputy Director General for Economics and Finance, Kirill Berman, the Minister of Information Technologies and Communications of the Khabarovsk Territory, the administration of the Khabarovsk region, and the top officials of the Far Eastern branches of Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network (RTRS), a unitary enterprise, the Radio Frequency Center, a unitary enterprise, and such satellite operators as Iskra Design Bureau JSC, Ka-Internet JSC, RTKomm.RU JSC, and others.

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