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August 15th, 2017
 
 
DataPath's $37.4 Billion Contract ... Selection of the Fittest for RS3 Program
... and so it is with a 10-year, $37.4Billion contract that DataPath has been awarded.
 
Thaicom - Thaicom 9 to be Named National Satellite - Government To Take Partial Control of Upcoming Satellite
Prime Minister Juntong added that the move is in line with the new satellite business operative framework, which the government designed to channel benefits of the...
 
UrtheCast - Millions for SAR "Accelerator" Satellite
Using the same SAR technology that the company has been developing for the OptiSAR constellation, this contract will allow UrtheCast to accelerate...
 
AsiaSat 5 and Eurovision Media Services Pump Up for Taipei 2017 Universiade
it's imperative that the various venues are transmitted without any interruptions. To accomplish this the following ...
 
Speedcast - Int'l O&G Firm Contracts Comms Support in Iraq
The project scope includes four sites at a major oilfield in southern Iraq, using Speedcast’s locally licensed entity to deliver communications services...
 
ORBCOMM's Reefer Management is Smokin' with Next Gen Cold Chain Monitoring Solution
enhanced reefer management solution offers precise temperature monitoring and records needed for compliance with FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act
 
ETL Systems' Equipment has the Key to SES' Gateways
supplying a large amount of the RF hardware required for the six Ka-band and nine Ku-band gateways and ground stations located around the world.
 
Kratos RT Logic Could It Become Too Big Too Late to Fit Into New Facility? 
the company would need to begin planning its next expansion well before it moves into the completed addition since it likely will fill the complex about a year after it opens.
 
Cobham's Improved Kenwood NX-5000 Radios Can Auto-Test No Human Interaction Necessary
Auto-Test functionality for both the Kenwood NX-5000 Series and the TK-5X30 Series of radios without the need for user interaction.
 
Militaries' Digital Armies and Covert Terminal Testing Gain Momentum with GateHouse Telecom 
 In 2016, NATO warded off 500 cyber attacks each month according to statistics compiled by the military alliance.