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July 24th, 2018
 
 
Singtel and Ericsson Will Bring to Life Singapore's First 5G Pilot Network
first ever; participants viewed and interacted with lifelike virtual objects such as a photorealistic human anatomy and a 360-degree image of the world.
 
SAS Uses Diamonds and Pearls to Bring Nano-Satellite Based Communications to the Caribbean
SAS is the first to use narrowband connectivity provided by nano-satellites to deliver a voice call, text messaging and financial transactions capabilities.
 
NSR's Global Satellite Capacity Supply & Demand Report is Now Available...
Building on more than 18 years of regular NSR reporting and in-depth SATCOM data, GSCSD15 provides key assessments of applications, orbits, frequency bands, capacity pricing and revenue potential across 13 regions...
 
Inmarsat Releases Their Global IIoT Study
The IIoT is set to revolutionize how businesses function in the next few years. There will be significantly increased automation and operational...
 
National In-Orbit Servicing Control Facility to be Built in the UK — Astroscale and Catapult Hope for Involvement
The National In-Orbit Servicing Control Facility will support advanced robotics activities in the hostile environment of space, specifically enabling...
 
A Significant Year for Integrasys
The company, which was established in 1990, has closed their 2017 report with three times the profit as compared to 2016. This positive increase can...
 
Just a Few Days Remain to Submit Nominations for the SSPI 2018 Promise & Mentor Awards
At the 2018 Future Leaders Dinner on October 9 in Silicon Valley, three satellite professionals age 35 or under will receive a Promise Award...
 
Cloud Constellation and Arch Mission to Collaborate on Human Knowledge Archive in Space
In support of Arch Mission’s data archival vision, Cloud Constellation will make its SpaceBelt services available for global collaboration...
 
SpaceX's NEXT Launch is Wednesday, 10 More Satellites in a Series of 75 for Iridium
Iridium NEXT is one of the largest "tech upgrades" in space history, and is the only satellite communications network that spans the entire globe.