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September 18th, 2017
 
 
Major Industry Move — Northrop Grumman to Acquire Orbital ATK
The transaction is expected to close in the first half of 2018 and is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory and Orbital ATK shareholder approval...
 
Four Beidou-3 Satellites Could Launch Later This Year by China
The BDS was independently developed and operated by China to meet the needs of the country's national security and economic and social...
 
Spunky India Forges Forward with Plans to Resume Launches by November or December
The Chairman, however, admitted that the failed mission was not insured. “We don’t insure our own launches ..."
 
Irma is Gone, Launch is On ... ULA Plans V NROL-42 at Vandenberg AF Base
ULA Atlas V NROL-42 launch of a classified payload in support of national security.
 
ULA Ready to Roll with NROL-42 as Payload is Mated to Atlas V
Today’s L-3 weather update shows 40 percent favorable conditions for launch.
 
New C-Band Services from Talia International for LATAM, Caribbean and the U.S.
This additional service uses the SES-4 satellite at 22°W and connects to the Talia MPLS network via the recently acquired iDirect hub located at ...
 
On the IBC2017 Show Floor — Ayekca Presents Their New RFModem
Ayecka claims such support provides the highest efficiencies, coupled with an ultra-low form factor and the ability to operate on any VSAT network.
 
Conax, SmarDTV and Joyne Group Their Technologies for Delivery Via Eutelsat-9B
The payTV platform has launched providing a bouquet of channels that include premium sports offerings that feature more than 50 well-known...
 
SES Providing NATURAL TV with ASTRA-2G Capacity for West African Audience
NATURAL TV will use capacity on SES’s satellite ASTRA 2G as well as uplink services from the SES teleport in Betzdorf, Luxembourg....
 
SMi's Mobile Deployable Communication Conference Stresses Security Against Cyber Warfare 
With the critical threat of cyber warfare intensifying, there is now a pressing need to ensure secure communications can be effectively operated in ...