|By Business Wire||
|February 5, 2013 11:30 AM EST||
SES S.A. (NYSE Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) freut sich, die Aufnahme von Romain Bausch, President und CEO von SES, in die Satellite Hall of Fame der in den USA ansässigen Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) bekannt geben zu können. Die dazugehörige Zeremonie findet am 19. März bei der jährlichen Gala von SSPI im Rahmen der Branchenveranstaltung Satellite 2013 in Washington D.C. statt.
Romain Bausch (Photo: Business Wire)
Die Satellite Hall of Fame wurde 1987 eingerichtet, um wertvolle Beiträge von Visionären und Pionieren zu würdigen, die das Zeitalter der Satellitenkommunikation ermöglicht haben — Personen, die ihre Karriere dem Technologiefortschritt gewidmet und zum Aufbau der politischen und kommerziellen Grundlage der Branche beigetragen haben.
In der Laudatio von SSPI, die die Leistungen des President und CEO von SES würdigt, heißt es: „Seit Romain Bausch 1995 seine Tätigkeit bei SES aufnahm, wurde unter seiner Führung aus dem regionalen Satellitenunternehmen SES, das Direct-to-Home-Satellitenfernsehen in Europa lieferte, ein globaler Satellitenbetreiber, der Broadcaster, Telkos, Unternehmen und Regierungskunden bedient. Ferner wurde SES in dieser Zeit einer der großen „Konsolidierer“ in der FSS-Branche, der u.a. Nordic Satellite AB, GE Americom und New Skies Satellites integrierte und auch beträchtliche Investitionen und Unterstützung für O3b Networks bereitstellte. Während des Expansionsprogramms hielt er SES auf einer soliden Finanzbasis und brachte das Unternehmen 1998 erfolgreich an die Börse. Romain Bausch ist zudem stellvertretender Vorsitzender des Board of Directors von O3b Networks, Mitglied des Vorstands der European Satellite Operators’ Association (ESOA) und ein Director der Business Federation Luxembourg (FEDIL). 2002 wurde er als Satellite Executive of the Year von der Fachzeitschrift Via Satellite ausgezeichnet.“
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Die Society of Satellite Professionals International (www.sspi.org) ist eine von ihren Mitgliedern getragene Nonprofit-Organisation zur Unterstützung von Experten aus der Satellitenbranche in ihrem Berufsleben. Die Organisation ist mit Ortsverbänden in Nord- und Lateinamerika, Europa und Asien vertreten. SSPI setzt sich dafür ein, neue Fachkräfte für die Branche zu gewinnen, unterstützt Experten der Satellitenindustrie in der Karriereplanung, verbessert das Ansehen ihrer Mitglieder und ehrt außergewöhnliche Leistungen der Satelliten-Experten und ihrer Unternehmen.
SES ist ein weltweit führender Satellitenbetreiber mit einer Flotte von 52 geostationären Satelliten. Die Gesellschaft leistet Satellitenkommunikationsdienste für Rundfunkanstalten, Content- und Internet-Anbieter, Betreiber mobiler und stationärer Kommunikationsnetze, Unternehmen und staatliche Stellen auf der ganzen Welt.
SES steht für langjährige Geschäftsbeziehungen, hochqualitativen Service und Spitzenleistungen in der Rundfunkbranche. Die kulturell vielseitigen regionalen Teams des Unternehmens sind auf Standorte in der ganzen Welt verteilt und arbeiten eng mit den Kunden zusammen, um deren individuelle Anforderungen nach Satelliten-Bandweite und Dienstleistungen zu erfüllen.
SES (NYSE Paris:SESG) (LuxX:SESG) hält Beteiligungen an Ciel in Kanada und QuetzSat in Mexiko sowie eine strategische Beteiligung an O3b Networks, dem Start-up-Unternehmen für Satelliteninfrastruktur. Weitere Informationen sind verfügbar unter: www.ses.com.
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