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February 8th, 2017
 
 
Paradigm's Swarm45 Ka-Band Terminal Gets Telenor's Blessing... Opens Market Opportunities
“We are pleased that the Swarm45 terminal, the smallest terminal yet, has been approved to operate on THOR 7."
 
Curtiss-Wright has Got the COTS Italy’s ELV SpA Needs for the New Mid-Size Vega-C
Curtiss-Wright’s cost-effective COTS electronics systems approach was selected to support this challenging performance/cost target.
 
Flood of Non-Indigenous Satellites Will Generate Half of the Revenue for Upcoming ISRO Launch
The space agency has earned more than $100 million by launching foreign satellites.
 
SSPI Honors Four as Satellite Hall of Fame Inductees
The 2017 inductees uphold the proud tradition of the Satellite Hall of Fame,” said SSPI executive director Robert Bell. 
 
SolAero Technologies is Building Up for More Satellite Solar Panels Biz
This commitment includes the construction of a new 40,000 square foot facility at its headquarters in Albuquerque, New Mexico
 
Thuraya Opening Up in the US
The new office brings the American team together, helping to serve a range of customers...
 
Shuttle Tanker Fleet Sails Into Upgraded Comms with Marlink
The increased Sealink VSAT capacity is already live across the Teekay shuttle tanker fleet.
 
GEE Now They Cruise and Provide Live Foreign Language Programs 
Colors has become a Hindi-language cultural main stay and is a part of Viacom 18 Media, one of India’s fastest-growing entertainment networks.
 
Turkey's Arkas Line Goes Orange
Eleven vessels and 25 land-based sites are connected by the Orange Business Services hybrid network...
 
Romantis Secures Services on Intelsat Ensuring Occasional Use to Russian Broadcasters
Transitioning to Intelsat EpicNG enables Romantis to deliver higher performance to smaller antennas, broader coverage
 
Inmarsat and Actility Aim to Bring the Internet of Things to the World with LoRaWAN™ 
... brings IoT solutions anywhere, to any business, with LoRaWAN-based connectivity on the ground and satellite connectivity as the network backbone.