Intelsat 37e launches in Africa, Europe and the Americas

Intelsat has announced the successful launch of the Intelsat 37e satellite aboard an Ariane 5 launch vehicle from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana. Liftoff occurred at 5.56 pm EDT. The Intelsat 37e satellite separated from the rocket’s upper stage at 6.25 pm EDT.  Signal acquisition has been confirmed. The all-digital Intelsat 37e is the first satellite to offer full, high-resolution interconnectivity between C-, Ku- and Ka-bands for use in wireless backhaul, enterprise VSAT, government and mobility networks.

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