Current Satellite News
June 6th, 2016
International Launch Services To Drive The Intelsat 31 Satellite To Orbit
The Proton M launch vehicle will lift off from Pad 24 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome.
Russian Rokot Launch Vehicle Sends Defense Satellite To Orbit
Rokot is a space launch vehicle capable of delivering light and medium payloads to orbit.
A New Suite Of Global Marine VSAT Services Enters The Market From EMC
EMC’s patented SpeedNet technology solves the age-old problem of latency in web access at sea.
Less Than 24 Months Were Required For Airbus Defence & Space To Build PerúSAT-1
PerúSAT-1 was ordered by the Peruvian government for the country's national space agency, CONIDA, in 2014.
Empowering The SELFSAT Flat Satellite Antenna Is MaxLinear's MxL862 FSC dCSS SoC
he MxL862 is part of the MxL86x family of dCSS SoCs and features two FSC wideband RF inputs with a single L-band IF output.
Maritime Satellite Market Is The Latest, Upcoming Report + Analysis From NSR
Readers can navigate through the trends, drivers, and restraints shaping the maritime industry.
Moving On Up... Inmarsat Appoints Sharma To Lead Indian Operations
Mr. Sharma believes there is huge potential for Inmarsat and its services to support economic and social development.
Sealink Connectivity With Marlink Renewed By CMA CMG + Palantir Network Management
The contract is part of the recent renewal of CMA CGM’s Sealink connectivity services.
SES Hybrid Bond Financing Is Priced
This transaction is of strategic and long-term importance for SES and complements the recent equity raise which generated gross proceeds of 908.8 million.xxxx
Multi-Year Contract Signed Between SES Platform Services + Fox Networks Group
SES Platform Services already provided playout services for two channels—Fox and Nat Geo people—and extended the existing contract with FNG Germany.
EUMETSAT's Sentinel-3A Data Now Destined For Expert Users
The Level 1B products are made available with global coverage and as datasets over selected geographical regions as required for the validation activities.
Three Top Drawer Subcontractors Selected By OneWeb Satellites For Equipment Necessities
The supply contracts have been signed with MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (MDA) from Canada, Sodern from France and Teledyne Defence (a business unit of Teledyne Microwave Solutions) from the United Kingdom.
American Airlines Selects ViaSat For Max 'At Home' Internet Experience On 737 MAX Fleet
The service encourages higher passenger engagement per plane by offering an 'at home' Internet experience when in-flight...
Extreme + Remote Polar Region Comms Supplied By Inmarsat For Heard Island Project
The Heard Island Project’s goal is to bring technology to solve the challenges of projects that are of worldwide need and interest.
US Air Force Space Situational Awareness Contract Awarded To Orbit Logic
Orbit Logic is teamed with the Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research at the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of Texas at Austin for this effort.
QVC Signs Capacity Renewal With SES
QVC has signed a capacity extension to deliver a major portion of their regional 24/7 shopping shows and exclusive product showcase lineup via the SES-3 satellite
Zetta Jet Is A 'Betta' Jet ...With The Addition Of ViaSat's In-Flight Internet's 'Best In Service'
"In fact, we've seen record usage on ViaSat's network with over 40 GB consumed on one business jet in one month."
American Airlines 737 MAX Fleet Soon To Be Maxed Out With ViaSat's 'At Home' Internet Experience
The service encourages higher passenger engagement per plane by offering an 'at home' Internet experience when in-flight—with the ability to stream ...
Thuraya + Satlink Step Up And Walk On... Walk On Project For Neurodegenerative Diseases
To date, the Walk On Project Foundation has donated over €260,000 to research on neurodegenerative diseases.
Signalhorn Sends Signals For Welthungerhilfe's... Communication Services To Aid Against Hunger + Poverty Across Africa
The project will start with a number of sites in The Democratic Republic of the Congo, followed by a roll-out of further sites in more countries across Africa.
idDAS From Cobham Breaks Out For Public Safety Use
Expanding this usage to public safety provides further cost-savings and opens up the possibility of reserving high-capacity bandwidth for emergency service use.