TS2 Satellite launches services in Iraq and Syria

Company will use the HYLAS 2 spacecraft
TS2 Satellite launches KA-SAT services in Iraq and

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TS2 Satellite has launched new KA-SAT satellite services using the HYLAS 2 spacecraft, providing high- speed data services to Iraq, Syria and Armenia.

Marcin Frackiewicz, CEO and founder at TS2 Satellite, said: “With the launch of new Ka-Band service on Hylas-2, TS2 is proud to introduce latest technology to customers in Iraq, Syria and Armenia. New service allows downlink speeds up to 20Mbps, five times the previous maximum, using a smaller antenna. Higher performance is gained at a much lower cost, which allows up to four times higher connection speed at the same cost, if compared to previous Ku-band service, without compromising connection reliability and stability”.

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