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November 19th, 2015
ULA's Free Ride To Universities...Compete For Free STEM CubeSat Rides On Future ULA Launches
“ULA will offer universities the chance to compete for at least six CubeSat launch slots on two Atlas V missions, with a goal to eventually add university CubeSat slots to nearly every Atlas and Vulcan launch.”
Bombardier, Inmarsat + Honeywell Combine Forces To Deliver Airborne Wi-Fi
Bombardier is the first business aircraft manufacturer to make ultra-high-speed Wi-Fi services available in-flight globally and the first to offer performance commitments for network availability and speed.
SES + Intersat To Bring Internet Services To East Africa Via NSS-12
Intersat currently serves more than 200 VSAT terminals using the SES service.
Global Train SOTM From Gilat Satellite Networks For China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation
The companies will develop a solution that will provide passengers on CRRC high-speed trains with on-the-move, satellite-based broadband Internet access.
Ericsson + Inmarsat Sign Ships On + Redefine Maritime Connectivity... Ability to Capture Intelligent Data Immediately
...the Maritime ICT Cloud will ensure that trucks will spend less idle time at ports, cargo will spend less time in transit, and producers will be better able to plan their shipments.
O3b Networks Go Island Hopping + Deliver Broadband Internet To 13 Galápagos Archipelago
Offering their Galápagos subscribers support for the same cloud services and data-intensive applications used on the mainland has been a challenge.