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G-18 | AMC-9SES-2 | Horizons-1-KU | Galaxy-28-KUIntelsat-19CEutelsat-70BEutelsat-21B

Remote Satellite Systems offers flexible two-way Business Satellite Internet Solutions with always-on high speed connections that meet the complex demands of a business environment. As the demand for broadband internet access increases, business satellite internet connectivity solutions must provide optimum service levels. Our broadband internet access and high speed satellite internet service plans include broadband internet access, 2-way satellite internet, voice over satellite, satellite VPNs, and video plus data via satellite.

Whether your organization needs global business satellite internet connectivity, extended corporate networks, business television, connectivity backup, 2-way satellite internet or remote IP solutions, we can deliver a solution that will enhance your ability to clearly and affordably communicate anywhere, anytime. We can connect you directly to the Internet backbone with both upstream and downstream bandwidth so that you can communicate anywhere you want via 2 way satellite Internet.

Consider Remote Satellite Systems your unified resource for developing, deploying, and maintaining your enterprise data, voice, and broadcast video services for your headquarters, branches, remote sites, or offshore offices. For permanent and temporary needs we bring high speed satellite internet service by leveraging our collaborative partner relationships with the world’s leading suppliers of networking products and services to save your business time and money. Our vendor neutral position ensures that we always keep your business and budgetary interests in the forefront of our objectives.

G-18 123° W longitude

Galaxy 18 is a Space Systems/Loral (SS/L) 1300-series hybrid communications satellite owned by Intelsat and located in geosynchronous orbit at 123° W longitude, serving the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico, and Canada with 24 Ku band transponders.
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AMC-9 83° W longitude

The AMC-9 provides a high-powered Ku-band beam coverage over the U.S., Mexico, and most of the Caribbeans, and is located in geosynchronous orbit at 83° W longitude. This allows television programmers, government organisations and companies to benefit from AMC-9’s wide coverage.
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SES-2 87° W longitude

SES-2 has extensive coverage over the United States and distributes advanced digital media to one of the world’s largest TV neighbourhoods. It is also specially designed to provide communication links to offshore platforms for customers in the oil and gas and maritime markets.
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Horizons-1-KU 127° W longitude

Horizons-1 blankets North America with satellite coverage from an orbit at 127° West longitude. Its 24 Ku-band transponders provide connectivity to all 50 of the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, as well as Mexico and the Caribbean.
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Galaxy-28-KU 89° W longitude

Galaxy 28 provides satellite coverage from an orbit at 89° West longitude. Its 36 Ku-band transponders provide connectivity to all 50 of the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, and most of Canada.
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Intelsat-19C 166° E longitud

Intelsat 19 is a geostationary communications satellite operated by Intelsat. It was constructed by Space Systems Loral, based on the LS-1300E satellite bus. It was successfully launched by Sea Launch using a Zenit-3SL carrier rocket on 1 June 2012. Upon entering service it replaced Intelsat 8 at 166° East Longitude. Intelsat 19 carries 24 C-band and 36 Ku-band transponders. The C band payload covers the Asia-Pacific region while the Ku band transponders provide Direct to Home television to Australia. It is expected to operate for fifteen years.
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Eutelsat-70B 70.5° E longitude

The EUTELSAT 70B satellite is located at 70.5° East longitude, an orbital position at the crossroad of four continents. It offers a broad widebeam coverage and four high-performance fixed beams focused over Europe, Africa, Central Asia and South-East Asia reaching as far as Australia.

A high degree of on-board connectivity enables the beams to be used either for regional coverage or to interconnect continents. This supports high-growth services, such as secure government communications in Central Asia through hubs located in the region or in Europe, professional data networks between South-East Asia and Africa, and direct connectivity between Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
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Eutelsat-21B 21.5° E longitude

Eutelsat’s new 21B satellite was launched in November 2012 to 21.5 degrees East, where it has replaced EUTELSAT 21A, launched in 1999.

Over the past decade, 21.5° East longitude has become a major orbital position for data, professional video and government services across Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.

EUTELSAT 21B offers significantly increased capacity (40 Ku-band transponders versus 29 on 21A) and improved power and coverage.
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