Commercial Satellite Operators
Organisations that own or operate communications satellites in space or market space segment capacity on behalf of operators.
KT SAT (wholly owned by KT Corp., the largest telecom/media service provider in Korea), is the only Satellite Service Provider in Korea. Since the establishment of Kumsan Satellite Center (Teleport) in 1970, KT SAT has been leading the nation’s satellite communication and broadcasting industry through 6 satellite launches (Koreasat-1,-2,-3,-5,-6 and -8) and service operations.
Maxwell Technology was launched in 2007 as an independent provider of last-mile, satellite-based, connectivity and access solutions for their mining and engineering clients in Africa. It uickly evolved to a full-spectrum, end-to-end connectivity solutions provider to clients from predominantly un-served and under-served areas.
Türksat Company is one of the world's leading companies providing all sorts of satellite communications through the satellites of Türksat as well as the other satellites. Providing services for voice, data, internet, TV, and radio broadcasting through the satellites across a wide area extending from Europe to Asia, Türksat is able to provide flexible solutions aimed at customers' needs.
Turkish Aerospace Industries is a subsidiary of TSKGV and an affiliate of SSM. TAI has become Turkey's center of technology in design, development, modernization, manufacturing, integration and life cycle support of integrated aerospace systems, from fixed and rotary wing air platforms to UAVs and satellites.
The Republic of Belarus
Offering unparallel capacity on 34 satellites between 116.8 degrees West and 172 degrees East, Eutelsat has a broad portfolio of services which include DTH broadcasting, video distribution, corporate network solutions and a wide range of IP applications, including multimedia content distribution, broadband internet access and internet backbone connections.