ACeS (Asia Cellular Satellite) is a regional satellite telecommunications company based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It offers GSM-like satellite telephony services to Asian market. The coverage area includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, China and India. The company operates the Garuda 1 satellite, launched on February 12, 2000. A second satellite (Garuda 2) was planned but never materialized. ACeS was formed by a joint venture of PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN), Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunication (LMGT), Jasmine International Overseas Ltd of Thailand and Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT). ACeS services are marketed by National Service Providers (NSPs) in six countries; PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara in Indonesia, ACeS Regional Services in

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  • ACeS (ASIA Cellular Satellite) International Limited ist ein asiatischer Satellitentelefonanbieter mit Hauptsitz in Jakarta und Singapur. Er arbeitet mit einem geostationären Satelliten (ähnlich Thuraya), der bis zu 11.000 Gespräche gleichzeitig vermitteln kann. Das Angebot von ACeS umfasst digitale Sprach- und Datendienste für Telefoniegeräte. Die bisherige Abdeckung umfasst lediglich den asiatischen Raum, jedoch können ACeS-Kunden sich von Asien aus unbeschränkt ins weltweite Telefonnetz einwählen. (de)
  • ACeS (Asia Cellular Satellite) is a regional satellite telecommunications company based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It offers GSM-like satellite telephony services to Asian market. The coverage area includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, China and India. The company operates the Garuda 1 satellite, launched on February 12, 2000. A second satellite (Garuda 2) was planned but never materialized. ACeS was formed by a joint venture of PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN), Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunication (LMGT), Jasmine International Overseas Ltd of Thailand and Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT). ACeS services are marketed by National Service Providers (NSPs) in six countries; PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara in Indonesia, ACeS Regional Services in Thailand, Smart ACeS in the Philippines, TMTouch/Celcom in Malaysia, AVCO in Nepal and Mobitel in Sri Lanka. The satellite and most network operations are controlled by ACeS Network Control Center in Batam Island, Indonesia. The NSPs operate ground stations which provide links to the terrestrial telephone networks. ACeS has been assigned the virtual country code +88220, an international networks code rather than a GMSS code as the system does not operate globally. The company currently supplies only one handset type, the Ericsson R190, which derived many components from GH688 model. R190 is a dual-mode Satellite/GSM phone which automatically switches to satellite mode when terrestrial GSM network is not available. It accepts standard GSM SIM cards, and since ACeS has international roaming agreements with many GSM networks worldwide, the phone can be used in virtually any country. The handset supports most standard services such as call forward and call waiting but does not support short message service (SMS) in satellite mode. The demise of Ericsson mobile phone business in 2001 has left ACeS with no other handset available to offer to its customers. As Ericsson left the mobile phone business, production of the R190 was then continued by ACeS and rebranded to be the ACeS R190. Additionally ACeS has developed a land phone version, the ACeS FR-190, that allowed many villages and rural areas throughout Asia access to basic telephony services. At its conception, ACeS network was designed to serve up to 2 million subscribers. It aimed for markets unserved by regular terrestrial cellular networks, such as rural areas, forestry, mining and marine industries. However, sales grew slowly and after five years of operation ACeS had fewer than 20,000 subscribers. The company failed to attract more customers, with its huge debt and its only satellite nearing its end of life, ACeS is considered by many as a commercial failure. In 2006 ACeS entered into a collaboration agreement with Inmarsat. (en)
  • ACeS è una compagnia di telecomunicazioni satellitari asiatica che gestisce due satelliti, Garuda 1 e Garuda 2, che è di riserva. I titolari sono: PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN) dell'Indonesia, Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunication (LMGT) degli Stati Uniti, Jasmine International Overseas Ltd della Thailandia e Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) delle Filippine, che formano una società a rischio per il progetto satellitare. I fornitori di servizi nazionali sono: PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara nell'Indonesia, ACeS Regional Services in Thailandia, Smart ACeS nelle Filippine, TMTouch/Celcom in Malesia, AVCO in Nepal e Mobitel in Sri Lanka. All'ACeS è stato assegnato il codice di paese virtuale +88220, un codice di reti internazionali piuttosto che un codice GMSS dato che il sistema non funziona a livello globale. La società attualmente fornisce un portatile, l'ACeS R190, che si afferma essere il più piccolo telefono satellitare del mondo. Si tratta di un telefono cellulare GSM dual mode che non supporta l'invio di SMS in modalità satellite. Nel 2006 l'ACeS ha stretto un accordo commerciale di collaborazione con Inmarsat. Dall'accordo sono nati i nuovi servizi satellitari regionali (operativi in Africa e parte dell'Asia) Inmarsat Isatphone, Fleetphone e Landphone; questi servizi non sono disponibili in Europa in quanto gli attuali terminali non rispettano la Normativa comunitaria RoHS. Per la seconda metà del 2010 è prevista una nuova generazione di terminali funzionanti sulla rete Inmarsat. (it)
  • ACeS (Asia Cellular Satellite) était un opérateur de téléphonie satellitaire régional basé à Djakarta en Indonésie dont le réseau reposait sur un unique satellite de télécommunications placé en orbite géostationnaire. La société, qui avait démarré son activité en 2000, n'a jamais réussi à atteindre le seuil de rentabilité et a cessé ses activités en 2011. Ses actifs ont été repris par Inmarsat. (fr)
  • ACeS (Asia Cellulare Satelite) to azjatyckie przedsiębiorstwo telekomunikacyjne działające na rynku telefonii satelitarnej. Wykorzystywany jest sztuczny satelita Ziemi krążący po orbicie geostacjonarnej. Jego przepustowość wystarcza do jednoczesnej obsługi 11 000 rozmów telefonicznych. Wadą systemu jest stosunkowo niewielki zasięg (jedynie Azja). Od 4 września 2006 ACeS współpracuje z Inmarsatem. Ma to doprowadzić do rozszerzenia i uatrakcyjnienia oferty przez obu partnerów. Dla ACeS główną korzyścią jest dostęp do satelitów komunikacyjnych Inmarsatu, co ma zapewnić prawie ogólnoświatowy zasięg. Atutem ACeS jest dostęp do ważnego azjatyckiego rynku telefonii satelitarnej. Zmodyfikowana wersja telefonu satelitarnego ma umożliwiać dostęp do obu systemów. Sieć ACeS znajduje się w ofercie indonezyjskich i filipińskich dostawców. Korzystne ceny (od 0,25 USD) oraz umowy roamingowe, np. z Swisscom, dają ACeS korzystną pozycję na rynku. Jako aparat telefoniczny używany jest model Ericsson R190 GSM/Satellit-Dualmode. Od czasu połączenia Ericssona z Sony jest on produkowany przez ACeS jako licencjobiorcę. Model R190 był od momentu wprowadzenia na rynek, tj. od 2001 roku przez długi czas najmniejszym modelem telefonu satelitarnego dostępnym na rynku. Ponieważ jego budowa jest oparta na serii GH688 otwiera to użytkownikom dostęp do odpowiedniego osprzętu. Dodatkowe urządzenia dostępne na rynku to aparaty do wbudowywania na stałe, do śledzenia towarów (ACeS mcat) urządzenia do komercyjnej radiofonii (ACeS aicast). (pl)
  • A ACeS (Asia Cellular Satellite) é uma empresa operador de satélites de telecomunicações com sede em Jacarta, na Indonésia. Ela oferece serviços de telefonia via satélite GSM para o mercado asiático. A área de cobertura inclui Indonésia, Malásia, Tailândia, Filipinas, Sri Lanka, Vietnã, China e Índia. A empresa opera o satélite Garuda 1, lançado em 12 de fevereiro de 2000, um segundo satélite (o Garuda 2) foi planejado, mas nunca se materializou. A ACeS foi formada por uma joint venture entre a PT Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN), Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunication (LMGT), Jasmine International Overseas Ltd da Tailândia e pela Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) das Filipinas. Na sua concepção, a rede ACeS foi projetado para atender até 2 milhões de assinantes. É destinado para mercados não atendidos por redes de celulares terrestres regulares, tais como áreas rurais, silvicultura, mineração e indústrias marinhas. No entanto, as vendas cresceram lentamente e depois de cinco anos de operação tinha menos de 20 000 assinantes. A empresa não conseguiu atrair mais clientes, com a sua enorme dívida e seu único satélite chegando ao fim da vida útil, a ACeS é considerada por muitos como um fracasso comercial. Em 2006 a ACeS entrou em um acordo de colaboração com a Inmarsat. (pt)
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  • ACeS (ASIA Cellular Satellite) International Limited ist ein asiatischer Satellitentelefonanbieter mit Hauptsitz in Jakarta und Singapur. Er arbeitet mit einem geostationären Satelliten (ähnlich Thuraya), der bis zu 11.000 Gespräche gleichzeitig vermitteln kann. Das Angebot von ACeS umfasst digitale Sprach- und Datendienste für Telefoniegeräte. Die bisherige Abdeckung umfasst lediglich den asiatischen Raum, jedoch können ACeS-Kunden sich von Asien aus unbeschränkt ins weltweite Telefonnetz einwählen. (de)
  • ACeS (Asia Cellular Satellite) était un opérateur de téléphonie satellitaire régional basé à Djakarta en Indonésie dont le réseau reposait sur un unique satellite de télécommunications placé en orbite géostationnaire. La société, qui avait démarré son activité en 2000, n'a jamais réussi à atteindre le seuil de rentabilité et a cessé ses activités en 2011. Ses actifs ont été repris par Inmarsat. (fr)
  • ACeS (Asia Cellular Satellite) is a regional satellite telecommunications company based in Jakarta, Indonesia. It offers GSM-like satellite telephony services to Asian market. The coverage area includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, China and India. The company operates the Garuda 1 satellite, launched on February 12, 2000. A second satellite (Garuda 2) was planned but never materialized. ACeS was formed by a joint venture of PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN), Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunication (LMGT), Jasmine International Overseas Ltd of Thailand and Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT). ACeS services are marketed by National Service Providers (NSPs) in six countries; PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara in Indonesia, ACeS Regional Services in (en)
  • ACeS è una compagnia di telecomunicazioni satellitari asiatica che gestisce due satelliti, Garuda 1 e Garuda 2, che è di riserva. I titolari sono: PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN) dell'Indonesia, Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunication (LMGT) degli Stati Uniti, Jasmine International Overseas Ltd della Thailandia e Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) delle Filippine, che formano una società a rischio per il progetto satellitare. I fornitori di servizi nazionali sono: PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara nell'Indonesia, ACeS Regional Services in Thailandia, Smart ACeS nelle Filippine, TMTouch/Celcom in Malesia, AVCO in Nepal e Mobitel in Sri Lanka. (it)
  • ACeS (Asia Cellulare Satelite) to azjatyckie przedsiębiorstwo telekomunikacyjne działające na rynku telefonii satelitarnej. Wykorzystywany jest sztuczny satelita Ziemi krążący po orbicie geostacjonarnej. Jego przepustowość wystarcza do jednoczesnej obsługi 11 000 rozmów telefonicznych. Wadą systemu jest stosunkowo niewielki zasięg (jedynie Azja). Sieć ACeS znajduje się w ofercie indonezyjskich i filipińskich dostawców. Korzystne ceny (od 0,25 USD) oraz umowy roamingowe, np. z Swisscom, dają ACeS korzystną pozycję na rynku. (pl)
  • A ACeS (Asia Cellular Satellite) é uma empresa operador de satélites de telecomunicações com sede em Jacarta, na Indonésia. Ela oferece serviços de telefonia via satélite GSM para o mercado asiático. A área de cobertura inclui Indonésia, Malásia, Tailândia, Filipinas, Sri Lanka, Vietnã, China e Índia. A empresa opera o satélite Garuda 1, lançado em 12 de fevereiro de 2000, um segundo satélite (o Garuda 2) foi planejado, mas nunca se materializou. A ACeS foi formada por uma joint venture entre a PT Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN), Lockheed Martin Global Telecommunication (LMGT), Jasmine International Overseas Ltd da Tailândia e pela Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) das Filipinas. (pt)
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