March 14, 2023
The company will also present its latest advances in managed services, bridging the digital divide and forest monitoring.
HISPASAT will present the latest regarding its Amazonas Nexus satellite, which was launched into space from Cape Canaveral on February 6, at stand number 2611 during the Washington Satellite Conference and Exhibition, the most important event in the sector. The stand will also feature the company’s latest advances in managed services and solutions to help bridge the digital divide.
Amazonas Nexus boasts coverage over the Americas, the north and south Atlantic corridors and Greenland, and is aimed at providing connectivity services in remote areas and mobility settings. Nexus is especially designed to offer high-quality connectivity on airplanes and ships and will help bridge the digital divide in Latin America in a flexible, efficient manner once it enters into service in mid-2023.
Managed services tailored to each client
Hispasat Wave —the company’s latest generation of managed wholesale services, aimed at service providers, telecommunications operators, governments and multimedia companies— combines the excellent performance of HISPASAT's fleet of satellites with the cutting-edge technology of its teleports and value-added solutions that are grouped in two large pillars: Networks and Videos. Wave is based on a collaborative client-centered proposal to provide the best support in each step of the value chain.
At its stand HISPASAT will also show solutions that it has designed for tele-education (a comprehensive digital classroom solution that includes local storage, management software and devices for teachers and students, among other aspects) and forest monitoring, which seeks to provide fire prevention and early detection using IoT sensors via satellite.
Lastly, HISPASAT will also be present in the conference agenda at Washington Satellite 2023 with its CEO Miguel Ángel Panduro, in the session “CEO Roundtable: How regional operators can compete with the constellation” and its Chief Solutions Officer, José Sanchez, who will be one of the featured guests in the session “How to Win Satcom Business From a Telco”.
Hispasat, Redeia’s satellite operator, works to help citizens bridge the digital divide and promote sustainable development in society. It is the main communications bridge between Europe and America as a broadband and connectivity services provider through its companies in Spain and Latin America, where its Brazilian subsidiary Hispamar is located. It is also a leader in the broadcasting and distribution of audiovisual content in Spanish and Portuguese, including the transmission of Direct-to-Home (DTH) and High Definition Television (HDTV) digital platforms. Hispasat is the main driver of innovation in the Spanish aerospace sector and is committed to sustainability throughout its value chain. These activities make it one of the world's leading companies by revenue in its sector.
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