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Aiming to both restore and to reassure, satellite operator SES has drawn on its fleet to re-establish customer capacity following what it calls a ‘significant anomaly’ affecting services from its AMC-9 satellite on 17 June.

Hispasat’s Amazonas 1 satellite has completed the re-orbiting process after almost 13 years of useful life, providing connectivity services, including TV broadcasting, across Europe and the Americas.

Spain’s Mediaset has launched its international channel CincoMAS in four new Latin American markets through a partnership with Claro.

UAE telco du has unveiled its new teleport facility in Dubai to cater to the expanding requirements of regional and international customers broadcasting in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

SES is reported to be transferring broadcasting capacity from its AMC-9 to other satellites after a significant anomaly was detected.

Launched by an Ariane 5 rocket, the EUTELSAT 172B satellite has entered a new phase of its journey in space with the initiation of its ascent to geostationary orbit.
Integrated satellite communications provider Intelsat has signed an agreement with Somalian telco Dalkom to expand the latter’s direct-to-home services in East and Central Africa and the Middle East.
SkyVision Global Networks has been awarded a contract by Global IP to supply, build and maintain the ground infrastructure of 11 Ka-band gateway stations in European teleports for its GiSat-1 satellite network.