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SES (Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) hat bietet als erster Satellitenbetreiber einen Satellitenbreitbanddienst mit Downloadgeschwindigkeiten von bis zu 20 Mbit/s für Konsumenten in Frankreich an. Der neue Dienst nutzt die Ka-Band-Kapazität auf dem SES-Satelliten ASTRA 2F und ist ab sofort über NordNet, die Satellitenbreitbandtochter von France Telecom-Orange, verfügbar.

Das Breitband-Paketangebot „Internet Satellite JET“ bietet Downloadgeschwindigkeiten von bis zu 20 Mbit/s, VoIP-Telefonie und HD-Fernsehen ab 29,90 Euro im Monat. NordNet nutzt Endgeräte der neuesten Generation von Gilat Satellite Technologies.

Patrick Biewer, Managing Director bei SES Broadband Services, sagte: „SES leistet wieder Pionierarbeit im Bereich der Satellitenbreitbanddienste in Europa, indem es als erster Betreiber einen mit terrestrischen Angeboten vergleichbaren Dienst zu einem sehr wettbewerbsfähigen Preis anbietet. Wir sind davon überzeugt, dass das neue Ka-Band-Angebot eine hervorragende Lösung für Nutzer in abgelegenen Orten ist und den Absatz in Frankreich erheblich steigern wird.“

„Wir sind sehr froh, dass wir nun schnelle Internetverbindungen mit Downloadgeschwindigkeiten von bis zu 20 Mbit/s für Haushalte in ganz Frankreich anbieten können“, sagte Francis Piet, CEO bei NordNet. „Dank der neuen Ka-Band-Kapazität auf dem SES-Satelliten ASTRA 2F und der langjährigen Erfahrung von SES Broadband Services im Satellitenbreitbandmarkt sind wir uns sicher, dass unser neues Breitband-Angebot „Internet Satellite JET“ ein Erfolg in Frankreich werden wird.“

Weitere Informationen zum Produkt finden Sie auf der französischsprachigen Website von NordNet: http://www.nordnet.com/offres/internet-satellite/notre-offre.php?origine=PART-ZBAWG6U

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Über SES

SES ist ein weltweit führender Satelliten-Betreiber mit einer Flotte von 52 Satelliten. Die Gesellschaft bietet Dienstleistungen für Rundfunkanstalten, Inhalte- und Internet-Anbieter, mobile und stationäre Netzwerk-Anbieter, Geschäfts- und Regierungsorganisationen weltweit.

SES steht für langjährige Geschäftsverbindungen, hochqualitativen Service und herausragende Rundfunk- und Telekommunikations-Anwendungen. Multinationale regionale Teams stehen rund um den Globus bereit, um eng mit den Kunden zusammenzuarbeiten und den Anforderungen nach Satelliten-Bandbreite und Dienstleistungen gerecht zu werden.

SES (Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) hält außerdem Anteile an Ciel in Kanada, QuetzSat in Mexiko sowie eine strategische Partnerschaft mit dem Start-up O3b Networks für Satelliteninfrastruktur. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter: www.ses.com

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