Monday, April 17, 2006

Express AM-1 meet New Delhi

New Delhi -- The Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC), a global satellite communications operator, the Intersputnik International Organization of Space Communications (Intersputnik) and Eutelsat, one of the world's leading satellite operators jointly held a seminar in India late March to discuss the perspectives of satellite communications development, digital TV and radio broadcasting and the ways to further develop telecommunications infrastructure. They came together to establish satellite bridges between India and Europe and to set up satellite private networks in the territory of India using Express AM-1 satellite.

RSCC's experts discussed their perspective of the satellite communications development including telephony, data transmission, Internet access, VSAT multi-application networks, telemedicine, distance learning, digital TV and radio broadcasting via new Express- AM series satellites in India and neighbouring countries.

The main objective of the seminar was to present the new Russian Express AM1 satellite capabilities for proving the front-line digital multimedia services as well as to share the practical experience of the satellite operators in the field of providing turn-key satellite solutions.

RSCC lets satellite segment capacities and information flows on the spacecraft of Gorizont Express-A, Express-AM, Ekran-M series and the direct broadcasting satellites Bonum-1 and W4 as well as engineering facilities of the terrestrial stations and the ground high-speed fiber optic network to broadcast federal and commercial TV and radio programs, to deploy satellite telephone channels, to transmit data, to access Internet, to organize videoconferences, telemedicine and e- learning.

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