This was the question France 24 asked Eutelsat when they launched back in 2006, and we have continued to work together ever since. France 24 is an international news channel giving a French perspective on international news to audiences globally. They chose satellite as a major pillar of their distribution strategy and today have a massive audience of 355 million households worldwide.
When Tricolor TV set up in 2005, it had a huge business challenge: how to reach households across the vast territory of Western Russia with an innovative and inexpensive TV offering in a country where many households were still receiving analogue TV and DTT was slow to take off.
Walesi, the Fijian government’s digital television infrastructure company, have connected 333 widely spread islands using the new EUTELSAT 172B high-capacity satellite, ensuring all its citizens have access to digital TV.
When Italian state broadcaster Rai planned the launch of the country’s first Ultra HD channel in 2016, it had to decide how to deliver the service to homes across the country.
After careful analysis, Rai was convinced by satellite’s high capacity, cost-effective coverage and ability to deliver a consistently high-quality 4K signal across its entire coverage area.
This was the challenge faced by Senegal's public postal service company. La Poste Sénégal chose high-power Ku-band capacity on the EUTELSAT 7 West A satellite to interconnect 200 post offices nationwide.
Satellite internet provider, Caribsat, explains how they are using IP Easy to provide direct internet connectivity to businesses and schools across the Caribbean.
Mobile operator Mattel uses satellite connectivity to enable widespread access to mobile and internet services in towns and villages across Mauritania.
Failsafe Controls design industrial control panels for the oil and gas industry to deliver information from remote sites to a client’s central offices. With the remote sites often beyond cellular coverage, they needed a reliable solution to backhaul data to the office environment without worrying about coverage issues and at the same time lowering costs.
Télécoms Sans Frontières, the world’s leading international NGO specialising in technology and telecommunications for humanitarian crises, equips communities and response units with high-speed connectivity in just a few hours.