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December 21st, 2011
 
International Launch Services (ILS) + SES... The Fleet's Largest (Launch)
[SatNews] December 27th is the scheduled date for the...
Arianespace... Number Three Scheduled For Space (Launch)
[SatNews] The Company is readying the first Ariane 5 for launch in 2012 from French Guiana....
CASBAA... Marketing Budget Maximization For payTV (SatBroadcasting™)
[SatNews] The organization, in association with Campaign Asia Pacific, staged its inaugural....
Entropic Communications... 3G Silicon For Tuners (SatBroadcasting™)
[SatNews] This leading provider of silicon and software solutions to enable connected home entertainment has announced its third generation (3G)....
Times Square Alliance... Bring In 2012 Via Satellite...
[SatNews] The Times Square Alliance and Countdown Entertainment are once again offering free satellite feeds....
Ground Control... A Tougher Role (SATCOM)
[SatNews] FEMA National Urban Search and Rescue Teams can now purchase Ground Control's popular Toughsat XP satellite systems....
Here's Looking @ Earth... Eruptions Easing (Imagery)
[SatNews] After two months of eruptions and six months of quakes and tremors, the underwater volcano off the coast of El Hierro appears to be quieting down.
SES... Broadband Betterment (SATCOM)
[SatNews] SES (Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG) has signed an agreement with the U.K. networks systems integrator Rustyice Solutions Ltd....
Northrop Grumman... Cold Congratulations (Satellite)
[SatNews] The last six primary mirror segments and the secondary mirror....
Qantas OnAir On Trial At 35,000 Feet (SATCOM) 
[SatNews] They are pioneering inflight Internet services in this region...
Intelsat General Helps Navy Manage Communications Capabilities – Part 2
[SatNews] Some might find even the thought of the project to be exhausting...
SSC... Moving On Up...
[SatNews] Stefan Gardefjord has been appointed as the new CEO of SSC....
Astrium + Space Engineering... Acquiring Minds Wish To Know...
[SatNews] This leading space company has entered into an agreement pursuant to which it will acquire 66.78 percent of Space Engineering.