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November 22nd, 2016
Alive, Alive Oh! A Satellite Seemingly Lost In 1967 Comes Online Into The Light, Again
All was well and good until 1967 when communications were lost with this American-made satellite, seemingly 'dead'—until recently when—surprise surprise—it appeared again.
Russia's Soyuz-2LK Ready To Rock 'n' Roll In 2020... If They Can Get A Bank Roll
"We’re open for any cooperation with our French partners and we’ll offer the Soyuz-2LK carrier rocket on the world market."
Making Much Of M2M & IoT
This NSR industry reference clarifies which applications will see the strongest revenue growth...
GVF's Middle East Meetings' Momentum Continues With Presentation Of New Programs 
will feature sessions, executive roundtables and a CEO Summit with leaders of global satellite operators regarding Future Cooperation Between Global and Regional Satellite Operators.
Floating SATCOM For The Volvo Ocean Race Is Inmarsat
Global Xpress will make its first contribution to the Race supporting press and media at race villages throughout the globe.
Euroconsult's Latest Report Great News For Maritime Satellite Communications
The slowdown in the oil industry has negatively affected the maritime sector  but there is still a demand for maritime sat communications due to...
Taking The Bus To HaloSat
Blue Canyon Technologies will deliver the spacecraft bus to the HaloSat project, which is funded by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center...
A Ranking Reward For ORBCOMM By Deloitte
Technology Fast 500 award winners are selected based on percentage fiscal year revenue growth from 2012 to 2015.
DataPath Enlists A Military Vet As Senior Vice President Of US Government Sales
Chief of the Satellite Acquisition Branch for the DoD Space Test Program, Senior Launch Crew for the 30th Space Wing, and Director of ...
Advantech Wireless' Transcend™ 800 Microwave Systems Totally Transcend Other Similar Products
The common denominator for all these applications is the requirement for proven high reliability operation in very demanding environments.