Palma-based communications company e3 Systems has developed a new VSAT service in conjunction with Media Broadcast Satellite GmbH for the Kymeta flat panel, according to a company press release.
The new eSAT airtime service is set to come online April 1.
According to the company, this marks the first time the cost of airtime on a Kymeta panel using eSAT is comparable to conventional VSAT using a 1m dome antenna. Another cost-effective advantage of eSAT is that both VSAT and TV are delivered via one panel.
ESAT provides cover for the Mediterranean, Caribbean and East Coast of the U.S., as well as the north Atlantic.
For more information, visit e3s.com.