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RSCC presents at CeBIT 2007 the state satellite constellation capabilities of providing the digital TV and multimedia services

The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) – a satellite communications operator with global coverage– will take part in the world largest IT and telecom exhibition CeBIT 2007 in Hanover (Germany) as a member of the Russian Pavilion. At the exhibition that is held from March 15 till March 21, 2007 RSCC will present wide capabilities of the Russian state satellite constellation in the field of the digital TV and multimedia services.

The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) – a satellite communications operator with global coverage– will take part in the world largest IT and telecom exhibition CeBIT 2007 in Hanover (Germany) as a member of the Russian Pavilion. At the exhibition that is held from March 15 till March 21, 2007 RSCC will present wide capabilities of the Russian state satellite constellation in the field of the digital TV and multimedia services.

RSCC’ specialists will tell about the Express-AM satellites capabilities in terms of TV and radio broadcasting in different standards including HDTV (high definition television), as well as occasional use, broadband data transmission, telephony, Internet access, VSAT-networks and IP-application. The Express-AM satellite services are available at any region of Russia, the CIS, as well as in Europe, America, North Africa, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Australia. The high power characteristics of the Express-AM satellites make them attractive for broadcasters, VSAT-operators, Internet-providers and enable them to provide telecommunications services of the highest quality and reliability using less-expensive ground equipment.

In the context of the new Federal Space Program of Russia till 2015 RSCC is going to launch two new satellites of Express-AM series in 2007. Express-AM33 will be launched at 96.5 degrees East in September 2007; Express-AM44 spacecraft will be placed at 11 degrees West in December 2007. RSCC’s experts will tell about technical parameters and capabilities of new spacecraft to render fixed communications services, TV&Radio broadcasting, C- and Ku-band multimedia services.

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