Eutelsat To Pay Down Debt of Satmex Subsidiary

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Eutelsat will redeem $360 million in bonds from bondholders in Eutelsat Americas.

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Satmex 8 Delivered to Baikonur for Launch

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The Satmex 8 telecommunications satellite arrived at Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan in preparation for launch aboard a Russian-built Proton Breeze M rocket booked through International Launch Services, the satellite’s builder, Space Systems/Loral of Palo Alto, Calif.

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Optical Satcom Picks Up Satmex Software Contract

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Satellite operator Satmex of Mexico awarded Optimal Satcom of Reston, Va., a multiyear contract for satellite capacity management software and support, Optimal Satcom announced July 11. The value of the contract was not disclosed.

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Satmex Undecided on 2nd Satellite Under Deal with ABS and Boeing

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PARIS — Satellite operator Satmex of Mexico says it has not yet committed to buying a second of two planned satellites as part of a broader contract involving Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS) and manufacturer Boeing that was announced in March.

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ABS, Satmex Banding Together for Boeing Satellite Buy

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WASHINGTON — The decision by regional satellite operators Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS) of Bermuda and Hong Kong and Satmex of Mexico to join forces to purchase four Boeing-built telecommunications satellites employing a revolutionary design is one way smaller players can realize the scale economies usually reserved for larger fleet operators, industry officials said.

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