SES is a communications satellite owner and operator. The Company provides video and data connectivity worldwide to broadcasters, content and internet service providers, mobile and fixed network operators, governments and institutions.

Luxembourg, LU
Size (employees)
2,033 (est)+55%
SES was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Luxembourg, LU
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Key People/Management at SES

Steve Collar

Steve Collar

President and CEO
Christophe De Hauwer

Christophe De Hauwer

Chief Strategy and Development Officer
Ferdinand Kayser

Ferdinand Kayser

John-Paul Hemingway

John-Paul Hemingway

CEO, SES Networks
Martin Halliwell

Martin Halliwell

Chief Technology Officer
Andrew Browne

Andrew Browne

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SES Office Locations

SES has offices in Singapore, Dubai, Midrand, Lagos and in 23 other locations
Luxembourg, LU (HQ)
Château de Betzdorf
Rio de Janeiro, BR
Praia de Botafogo
São Paulo, BR
12551 Av. das Nações Unidas
Addis Ababa, ET
Medahenealm building, 7th floor, Bole Sub City, Wereda 03/04
Paris, FR
10 Rue Vignon
Unterföhring, DE
1-10 Beta-Straße
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SES Online and Social Media Presence

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SES News and Updates

FCC votes to open C-band for 5G

“We are going to need a bigger boat,” FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said July 12, quoting the 1975 movie Jaws as a metaphor for the challenge of handling 5G needs. “Or in our case, more spectrum.”

Indonesia seeking industry partner for 150 Gbps national HTS project

The government of Indonesia aims to team up with a satellite operator to build, launch and operate a high-throughput satellite to bring internet access to unreached parts of the island nation.

Satcom companies willing to partner with China to gain market access

Multiple satellite communications companies say they are willing to team up with Chinese companies in order to sell into its sizeable but regulatorily challenging market.

Thai startup mu Space seeks builder for satellite bound for leased orbit

The request for proposal, released June 25, is for the construction of satellite mu Space says it will launch in 2021 on Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket.

FCC unveils proposal for C-band reallocation

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission issued a draft proposal June 21 for giving the wireless industry access to C-band spectrum commercial satellite operators use to deliver cable and broadcast network programming.
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SES Company Life and Culture

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