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New SES Broadcast Deal + A Satellite Data Network All En Route From SES
Inter and NTN, six additional channels of Inter Media Group will be distributed on ASTRA 4A and the global satellite operator will be able to offer multiple solutions that will address the diverse needs of the data markets.
WORK Microwave To Raise Their SATCOM Products Curtain @ Satellite 2016
The company will showcase the latest advancements to its analog and digital SATCOM solutions, including a new all-IP DVB-S2X product line.
SES To ELEVATE Students In Senegal
ELEVATE, launched in 2012, is the SES Quality Assurance and Accreditation training program for installers across the African continent which aims to create an engaged installer network essential to support DTH growth.
An ESA Funding Contract Is Awarded To Siemens Convergence Creators
The funding will be used to evaluate different satellite interference mitigation solutions, most of them related to the problem of localizing an interference signal by using just one satellite.
SES Introduces Plus...Partners w/O3b's MEO Satellites + SES's GEO Widebeams 
SES's first Plus product, Enterprise+ Broadband, was launched across five markets in Africa in November.
Hispasat Ground Segment Gain For Indra
The company will prepare the ground segment so that it can carry out the monitoring and control of the new Hispasat 1F and Amazonas 5 satellites.
Arabsat's 8th Telecom Forum Set For February In Cyprus
ARABSAT intends to host a live demo at the show using Traveltronic All-in-one Systems with Newtec Dialog Hub using ARABSAT-5A Appendix Ku-Band Space Segment.
The Satellite Interference Reduction Group Welcomes Newest Member... NovelSat
 "Joining IRG was a logical step for us, and we look forward to being more involved in the group’s global activities.”
A Swede Launch....TEXUS 53 Launched From Esrange Space Center
...is a sounding rocket program with the primary aim to investigate the properties and behaviour of materials, chemicals and biological substances in a microgravity environment.
Launcher Contract Is Assigned To Thales Alenia Space Belgium By Airbus Safran Launchers
The main function of the range safety system is to neutralize the launcher if its trajectory endangers people or property.
Better Beaming With NSSLGlobal
The company's VSAT network already covers 95 percent of the Earth’s surface, including all of the world’s major commercial shipping routes, mining areas, offshore oil rigs and fishing domains.
UAE Public Satellite Service License Granted By UAE To Inmarsat
The license gives Inmarsat permission to offer its services to public and private sector users.
Eutlesat 65 West A Marches Along At Arianespace In Preparation For March Launch
...was installed atop the workhorse vehicle's already-assembled components: the core cryogenic stage and two solid propellant boosters.
Moving On Up... STN Appoints Anderson As New GM
Anderson has decades of experience leading internationally diverse, multi-cultural and multi-disciplined business teams on a global basis.
Clyde Space Updates — Expansion Into The USA + More...
American customers will be able to receive 'made in the USA' products, made by Americans for Americans.
Traveling Down The Space Data Highway Is EDRS-A + EUTELSAT 9B Is Slotted
After a test period, this satellite will become operational for its first end-user customer by mid-2016.
2016 To Be A Highly Promising Year For Airbus Safran Launchers
Airbus Safran Launchers is the lead contractor for Ariane 6 and is developing the new launcher under a contract signed with the European Space Agency on August 12, 2015.
Gilat @ MWC Barcelona 2016
Gilat presents its turnkey cellular connectivity solutions over satellite.
Subscriber Growth For SES HD+ Experiences Growth
HD+ had 1.84 million subscribers at year-end 2015, compared to 1.65 million at year-end 2014.
The HD Viewing Experience For Korea Telecom Is Upped By Ericsson
Ericsson’s AVP 4000 MPEG-4 HD system meets the needs of satellite, IPTV, cable and transmission, delivering greater reliability and flexibility to withstand the demands of a new TV landscape.