Communication Satellite Operators

Organisations that own or operate communications satellites in space or market space segment capacity on behalf of operators.

A UK incorporated company with European and Israeli centres of Aerospace, Satellite and Software Industry Experts.

It plans to deploy nano-satellites constellations in orbit to provide global communication infrastructure and services to the telecommunications and international transport industries.
Australia
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Telenor Satellite is a major European satellite provider of broadcast and data communication services for customers in the broadcast, maritime, and oil and gas markets.
Norway
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A Canadian satellite communications company founded on May 2, 1969. The company is headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario as well as having offices in the United States and Brazil.
Canada
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Thaicom provides tailored satellite communication services on an end-to-end basis for broadcasters, the telecom industry and mobile network carriers, businesses and governments in Asia-Pacific.
Thailand
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The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation, or AMSAT, is a worldwide group of Amateur Radio Operators (Hams). It was formed in the District of Columbia in 1969 as an educational organization. For over 48 years AMSAT groups in North America and elsewhere have played a key role in significantly advancing the state of the art in space science, space education, and space technology.
United States
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Thuraya is a mobile satellite company with global customers including industry leaders from a variety of sectors including energy, media, marine, government and NGOs.
Dubai UAE
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The commercial operator of Turkmenistan national satellite "TurkmenAlem 52˚E" provides communication and broadcasting services in the Ku-band.
Turkmenistan
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XTAR satellites support military and government users, offering service in the X-band frequency range via two satellite payloads. XTAR is the provider of choice to support bandwidth-hungry applications in the most demanding environments in the air, on the ground and at sea.

Countries around the world trust XTAR to support critical services such as border security and information gathering.
United States
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