RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The SES-17 satellite will be launched on Saturday (22) from a space base in Guyana to offer a better broadband connection, mainly to Brazil and other Latin American countries.
The equipment is the result of five years of work and will start operating in early 2022. Initially, an aviation company, anchor investor Luxembourgish SES S.A., will be the primary beneficiary of the new satellite.
According to Ruy Pinto, director of technology at SES, the differential of the new equipment allows the broadband signal to be directed to a specific region and even follow users . . .