Broadband/TV satellite operator Yahsat to enter Brazilian market

5 Aug 2014

According to NexTVLatam Daily News the world’s eighth largest global satellite operator by revenue, Yahsat, has announced plans to enter the Brazilian market when it launches its Al Yah 3 satellite in 2016. The new orbiter will have a Ka-band coverage and will provide broadband and TV services in the country, reaching around 95% of the population in the process. Yahsat claims its new satellite will use ‘more advanced technology’ in a bid to optimise costs, capacity, coverage and flexibility.



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