SatLynx Looks To Southern Europe For Broadband Demand

By | July 9, 2003 | Uncategorized

SatLynx, the European two-way broadband service provider, believes markets in southern Europe offer the best opportunities for the company as it bids to make an impact on the European broadband landscape. Robert Feierbach, vice president of corporate and DTH services at SatLynx, told Satellite Today: “One of the challenging markets in terms of difficulty for broadband has been Germany. It is an incredibly competitive market. There is low ADSL pricing so it is very difficult for any satellite operator to do anything in Germany. The opportunity markets and the ones which are developing quite nicely for us are more southern European countries … Spain, France and Italy are markets where we are most active today.”

An exclusive interview with Robert Feierbach can be found in the July 16 issue of Interspace. For more information about subscribing to PBI Media’s satellite newsletters, check out our Web site at http://www.telecomweb.com/catalog

Live chat by BoldChat