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ANGELS, CHEOPS and Egypt's TIBA-1 Arrive at Arianespace for Upcoming Launches
The three spacecraft – TIBA-1, CHEOPS and ANGELS – subsequently were unloaded from the An-124 aircraft for transfer by road to the...
AXESS Network's Bogota Teleport Gains WTA Tier 3 Certification
Since its introduction at IBC 2015, the Certification program has quickly grown in popularity. Starting with one certified facility in 2015, the program...
FlexMaritime from Intelsat to Empower KVH Elite® VSAT Streaming Service
KVH Elite is a global, high-performing, resilient network with multi-layered satellite coverage powered by Intelsat’s FlexMaritime service...
Integrasys: @ Satellite Innovation 2019 with Products and Presentation
On the show floor at Booth 4, the company will offer insights into their Beam Budget and Satmotion API (OTC). The firm's CEO, Alvaro Sanchez...
Global IP's African Broadband Satellite Service to Try Again
The ‘new’ Global-IP project is backed by Bronzelink Holdings Ltd. of Hong Kong, and reports suggest that the company is looking to renegotiate the...
SpaceBridge Delivers Large Scale Cellular Backhaul Over Satellite in Brazil
For the first time, the city and the festival sites were served with coverage, by mobile cellular COW — Cellular On Wheels. Phone, data and streaming...
Ariane 6 Flies Through Critical Review, on the Home Stretch ... Gets Ready for 2020 Launch
From the planning process conception to Critical Design Review (CDR), the Ariane 6 launcher is continuing on a positive journey, so far.
A Conversation With ... Andrey Kirillovich, Director of Integration and Products, Russian Satellite Communications Company
Andrey shared an interesting 'twist' regarding his customers' expertise. As he said, they are open to cooperation and have a lot of examples of...
Thales Alenia Space Enables Brazil to to Deliver Optical Instruments for Brazil
in 2017 and already brings high speed internet to more than 7,000 Public Schools through the Brazilian e- Government Initiative, GESAC.
Axesat and CETel Merge to Create AXESS Networks 
AXESS combines experiences of two individual leading companies from two continents ... and a new true global leader rises within our thrilling industry.
Integrasys Delivers Beam Budget Tool to Kymeta
Beam Budget allows Kymeta staff to access highly accurate link budget calculations quickly, allowing them to easily select the most suitable satellite...
Kleos Space is Off to a Successful Start in South America
Kleos Space’s independent data solutions will provide defence, security and commercial users with access to a cost-effective daily geolocation...
Speedcast Garners Cellular Backhaul Contract in Colombia
Speedcast's cellular backhaul connectivity solution serves the customer's operations in Leticia, which is located in the country's southernmost tip on...
Goal! as Casablanca Online and Newtec Dialog® Provide Live '2019 Copa America' Football
Brazilian SNG Broadcasters are often faced with unstable connectivity while covering live events
BFF ... Hughes Partners with Facebook for WiFi Hotspots in Colombia
Service providers and telecommunications integrators in Colombia can join Hughes to enable local merchants to offer affordable, high-speed internet...
Axesat Selects Hughes Ka-band Satellite Internet Service for its Latin American Customers
they focus on serving companies in locations where terrestrial infrastructure is not available. 
Hughes SATCOM Services Selected by Axesat For Colombian Enterprise Customers
The Ka-band service will be delivered using capacity on the Hughes 63 West satellite, which provides coverage across 96 percent of the population...
Modular in Space ... Oakman Aerospace and ArsUltra Partner to Develop Modular Spacecraft Solution
These two companies are investigating collaborating on the development of  Modular Open System Architectures modular spacecraft for commercial use 
Get Ready, Get Set ... GO-1... Arianespace's Fast Track, Shorter Ride, to Geosynchronous Equatorial Orbit
most of such launches depend on a lead customer who could delay the flight, this offers each customer and satellite a ‘place of honor’ aboard the flight
Arianespace’s Successful Launch of Flight VA249 ... Mission for Global Telecommunications
was a daytime liftoff providing an excellent view of the launcher’s initial trajectory including separation of the two solid propellant boosters at just over