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August 25th, 2016
 
 
Facebook Satellite Launch Set For September Third
Facebook is a major client for this upcoming AMOS-6 satellite and has capacity booked through Eutelsat of Paris.
 
ZA-Aerosat Has An Appointment For An ISS Launch
The ZA-Aerosat was developed at Stellenbosch University's electronic systems laboratory by the university's engineers and CubeSpace, an incubation company.
 
Space Systems Loral's Success...Sends Intelsat 36 Up And Opens Solar Array Panel
Intelsat 36 will begin firing its main thruster later today in order to propel it toward its final geostationary orbit.
 
High Density IP Networks Obtain The First Dual 40 Gigabit Probe From Bridge Technologies
Network operators and digital media organisations will be provided with an analytics solution for thousands of streams and multiple technologies in real-time and in parallel.
 
Satellite Industry Assessment Expertise Doubles Up
Euroconsult and SATConsult will continue to operate as separate companies and will work in concert on a project-by-project basis.
 
New Multi-channel Satellite Demodulator Launched By NovelSat
Rack space requirements have been reduced and NS200X units can also be concatenated to support many more additional DVB-S2-to-IP streams
 
Newtec's New Distributor's Digs In Dubai...Virtel Is Already Ready To Begin                                                                                                     
As the company already has a large supply of stock, Virtel will also now be able to supply Newtec equipment to Internet service providers, satellite operators and system integrators.
 
Goonhilly Has A New Hire To Lead In Broadcast Services Development 
The Editor apologizes for an error regarding the location of Goonhilly Earth Station. Most certainly it is in the central western area of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall, EnglandUK.
 
A RockSTAR Enters Russia
RockSTAR and RockFLEET are designed to deliver precise GPS coordinates over the Iridium network, supporting the safety of thousands of Russian remote workers and maritime vessels.