broadband satellite, which is recently launched, will release a window to the
internet for hundreds of thousands of discontinuing consumers across Europe.
The Hylas-1 satellite will perform as a communication station for broadband
traffic the cost of this satellite is £120 million, which will facilitate
inaccessible rural communities to connect with the World Wide Web for the first
time. This satellite, Hylas is the major super-fast broadband satellite internet
to be launched outside the US. It will be held into orbit by an Ariane 5 rocket
because of being launched from French Guiana. 

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has participated in this plan and has had a major role in the Hylas project.
The satellite’s advancement was partially funded by the UK Space Agency, and
Hylas was designed and manufactured for Avanti Communications by the British
space company Astrium UK. When Hylas is on-stream, between 150,000 and 300,000
clients at a time will be capable to use it to access fast broadband. The science
minister stated that: (Bringing innovative ideas to life needs the right mix of
professional knowledge, public support and opportunity. Hylas is a great
example of how strategic investment in space technology can give way benefits
for the wider economy.) 

of CEO: 

Williams, chief executive of Avanti, said: (This is a milestone day for the
several consumers and businesses across Europe who has been disturbed by lack
of access to satisfactory
broadband internet; it signifies that in conclusion
there is the prospect to solve the digital divide. (The launch of our satellite
today means that access to broadband in isolated areas is no longer on the
far-off perspective.). A second satellite, Hylas-2, to be launched in 2012, is
now at a superior phase of development. It will provide additional coverage
across Europe as well as a path in the Middle East and parts of Africa. Both
satellites will have an aptitude of one million consumers.