Through its configuration of Ku and Ka-band transponders, the powerful EUTELSAT 16A satellite provides capacity for broadcast and data services.
High-power footprints of Central Europe and Indian Ocean islands support digital video broadcasting markets, while coverage of Africa stretching from Senegal to South Africa serves broadcast, data and telecom markets for SOHOs, SMEs and consumers in western and central Africa.
16° East is the leading broadcast position for Central and Eastern Europe, with extensive coverage of the CEE region, stretching across western Europe to reach expat communities. Pay-TV platforms using EUTELSAT 16A include A1 Telekom Austria Group, SBB, Digitalb and TV Max.
A second regional footprint over Madagascar and Indian Ocean islands serves the Canal+ Overseas, Parabole Réunion and Orange platforms as well as France Télévisions to support digital switchover in Reunion Island and Mayotte.
Over 12 million homes in Central Europe and 500,000 in Indian Ocean islands are equipped to receive broadcast services from Eutelsat’s 16° East neighbourhood.