Eutelsat, ViaSat unveil European broadband service

Friday 31 August 2007 | 16:17 CET | News
European satellite services provider Eutelsat partners with global satellite equipment manufacturer ViaSat to launch a consumer broadband satellite service in Europe, starting with Germany at the end of September and selected other European markets to follow before the end of the year. The service is called Tooway and targets residential users in rural areas. Tooway will be provided via Ka-band capacity on Eutelsat's HOT BIRD 6 satellite at 13 degrees East and will also be available via Ku-band capacity on the EUROBIRD 3 satellite. The Ka and Ku-band hubs with equipment supplied by ViaSat to

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