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Data demands are at an all-time high in Asia. For businesses that connect across both remote communities and urban areas, they need differentiated networks and technology solutions to keep up with changing connectivity requirements. New solutions such as high throughput satellites (HTS) are creating new possibilities for businesses across the region to capture new growth opportunities.

Our first hybrid satellite for Asia-Pacific, SES-12 features the best of GEO wide beams and HTS multi spot beams to elevate the experiences of people, businesses and communities across the region. Designed in close consultation with our customers in Asia, the new satellite delivers significant advantages and more flexibility to serve the rapidly growing needs of the aeronautical, maritime and fixed data sectors.


Discover how the satellite is designed to meet diverse customer requirements in APAC.

  • Prime orbital position at 95°E, covering the Middle East and Asia-Pacific regions, including fast-growing markets such as India and Indonesia
  • Comprehensive wide beam coverage to meet diverse connectivity demands in VSAT, enterprise, and government applications
  • HTS multi spot beams tailored for new data-heavy applications, such as HD video streaming for airline and maritime passengers  

Where others see barriers, we only see possibilities. SES-12 provides specialized, industry-focused connectivity solutions to serve diverse applications, customers and market needs—all on the same satellite. 




FIXED DATA - With Asia seeing exponential growth in VSAT deployments, enterprises such as banks can combine the HTS payload and wide-beam coverage of SES-12 to achieve greater efficiency. Telcos also benefit from it




MOBILITY - The HTS capabilities of SES-12 empower service providers to address soaring connectivity demands in the aviation sector in Asia. The satellite is set to be a key driving force behind the unprecedented rollout of connected vessels and cruise liners across the region.




GOVERNMENT - Governments and institutions can leverage the flexibility of wide beams and HTS to tailor solutions for dynamic data requirements, ranging from government e-services to connectivity programs to bridge the digital divide.


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