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SSPI Requesting Your Invaluable Assistance In Formulating The Satellite Industry Workforce Study...
You probably receive many survey requests and ignore them. However, this one is about your career and your industry and only takes about 15 minutes required to complete. 
IoT + Satellites — A Webinar Packed With Information
The IoT ecosystem is enormous and is projected to result in over $2 trillion in economic impact in the next decade.
INNOspace Masters — Optoelectronics Technologies For Nexgen Satellites
The INNOspace Masters is seeking bleeding edge technologies from the optoelectronics industry to boost the next generation of satellites.
Sub-Saharan Africa Is Receiving Internet Connectivity Via AfriqueTelecom + Eutelsat
The company's “TamTam” service extends access to the Internet in rural areas using WiFi hotspots for collective access.
World's First 5G, 100 To 200 Meter Comms Link Up To 2 Gbps Demo'd By Keysight Technologies + UCSD
With this demonstration, Keysight and UCSD have now proven that a 5G communication link is not only possible, but can deliver record performance.
Contract Beefed Up For Marlink By Geoscience Firm CGG
Marlink will continue to deliver dual C-/Ku-band connectivity to support efficient operations on CGG’s high-end survey vessels.
A "Cyber Monday" Smallsat Launch Special From Spaceflight
The company purchased a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket recently and initiated their Dedicated Rideshare Launch Services.
Developers Are Invited By Inmarsat To Attend IDC 16
The latest development opportunities are set to be unveiled at the industry event next year.
Telesat's Senior VP, Corporate + Business Development Has Returned... He Will Also Serve On The Executive Committee
... was Telesat’s Vice President, Marketing, Corporate Development and Regulatory from 2007 to 2012.
GL Communications One Stop Solution For 10 Gbps Ethernet/IP Test Needs 
PacketExpert 10G™ provides comprehensive testing of 10 Gbps/1 Gbps Ethernet/IP networks.
Cobham Antenna Systems Introduces ‘Universal’ Spring Mount Antenna Range 
This range of antennas is designed for applications where lives can depend on secure communications or where a loss of signal can result in severe financial implications.
ARSAT 3 Satellite To Be Built By Thales Alenia Space
ARSAT-3 is slated to enter service in 2019 and will be positioned at 81 degrees West as a baseline.
Cobham's AVIATOR 200S Attains 'First Call' Milestone
Carried out in a laboratory environment, the breakthrough represents a significant step forward in the development of the system.
NSR Reports On UAS SATCOM + Imaging Markets In A New, Second Edition
Unmanned Aircraft Systems, or UAS, are now battlefield proven for ISR.
Now In The Business Of Revolutionizing M2M — Myriota
New Australian company Myriota has been formed to commercialize technology developed by the University of South Australia’s Institute for Telecommunications Research.
Sentinel Business Continuity Services Debut From Europasat Via Eutelsat Broadband
Sentinel provides constant access to an ‘always on’ 10 Mbps download, 4 Mbps upload service with a 20:1 contention ratio.
Pushing SD + HD To Africa Is SkyVision Via The ABS-3A Satellite
The new platforms will support  SD and HD channels in MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 encoding.
Scottish Space Technology On The Launch Pad And Getting A Jumpstart
Jumpstart is exhibiting in Newcastle at the Collaborate to Innovate Space Conference 2015, organized by the North East Satellite Applications Centre of Excellence, which will be attended by more than 200 senior industry delegates.
A Power Booster From The US Patent + Trademark Office For EMC
The U.S. PTO granted EMC subsidiary EMC SatCom Technologies LLC this patent in September 2015.
SES' New Antenna Field Technical Facility + Satellite Operations Center Open For Biz
The 450 square meters SOC overlooks the new antenna field and displays state-of-the-art features, as well as the highest level of redundancy for infrastructure including power, cooling, network, security and computer systems.