On May 30, 2020, ABS exceeds the milestone of providing 1 billion transponder service minutes of available operations for its customers.
Today, African economies are well positioned to leverage rapid technological change. Africa is forecast to grow slightly above average global levels despite the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 has emerged as the most serious challenge of our generation. Guided by the recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO) and other leading health administrations...
Herndon, VA/ 29 April 2020 – COMSAT Inc., the global satellite connectivity solutions provider, has ratified an agreement with ABS, a global satellite operator, to enhance and strengthen the COMSAT [...]
ABS serves the MENA region with dedicated regional beams as well as global beams provided over three satellites of its fleet: ABS-2, ABS-2A co-located at 75°East and ABS-3A positioned at 3 °West...
Asia Insights from Vincent Lim, VP of Media Sales Video Distribution in a Disruptive Era Fig 1: ABS-2 East Hemi Standard C-Band Coverage Map While Subscription Video On-Demand (SVOD) is [...]
Dubai, UAE, 10th March 2020 - ABS, a leading satellite operator and TheAngle, a satellite network services integrator, announced today they have extended their joint activities in the MENA region, [...]
Washington DC, March 4th, 2020 - ABS, a leading satellite operator, announced it has joined the Space Safety Coalition (SCC) group. The Space Safety Coalition aims to promote responsible space [...]
Kacific taps ABS’ ground infrastructure for its Gateway Services to the Philippines and the greater Pacific region.
Photo courtesy of Kratos: A satellite ground station antenna similar to the one being built for Kacific’s new gateway. Subic Bay, the Philippines, 27 August 2019. As Kacific [...]
Jim Frownfelter is the new CEO of ABS, and took over from Jim Simpson. He comes at a time of great flux. ABS has deployed three large satellites over the [...]