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AsiaSat 5 and Eurovision Media Services Pump Up for Taipei 2017 Universiade
it's imperative that the various venues are transmitted without any interruptions. To accomplish this the following ...
 
ORBCOMM's Reefer Management is Smokin' with Next Gen Cold Chain Monitoring Solution
enhanced reefer management solution offers precise temperature monitoring and records needed for compliance with FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act
 
Cobham's Improved Kenwood NX-5000 Radios Can Auto-Test No Human Interaction Necessary
Auto-Test functionality for both the Kenwood NX-5000 Series and the TK-5X30 Series of radios without the need for user interaction.
 
JAXA's Disappointing Series of Scrubs of Michibiki No. 3 Satellite
H-IIA F35 launch was originally scheduled on August 12, 2017 but has been cancelled due to ...
 
ND SatCom - SKYWAN Interoperability with General Dynamics Mission Systems Fortress®
The combined platform provides an ideal suite for transportable and fixed LTE networks that are increasingly becoming a technology of choice for...
 
Advantech Wireless Heads to Brazil's SET Expo Providing Ultra HD Ready Satellite Solutions 
higher performance and reliability combined with the smallest form factor and lowest power consumption on the market.
 
Globalstar Receives FCC's Terrestrial Authorized Licenses  
marks the end of the FCC regulatory process to obtain terrestrial authority over our S-band spectrum and the beginning of a new range of ...
 
What's in a Name? OHB's Got a New Name Highlighting Core Activities
This new name highlights more effectively the company’s core activities in the digital transformation and ...
 
Captain “Axe” Rawlinson Readies for Treacherous Tasman Sea with GTMaritime in Final Leg of Journey 
Only one other person in history has made it all the way from mainland Australia to mainland New Zealand completely by human power and alone.
 
Cloud Constellation Tightens SpaceBelt for Media & Entertainment Security ... No Mickey Mouse Ransomware
Media and entertainment companies face cybersecurity threats from criminals running the gamut from profiteers to nation-states.
 
Singtel Seeks Africa's Unconnected
flexibility of satellite connectivity allow enterprises to avoid business downtime even when terrestrial network is disrupted. 
 
ETL's Griffin Series' Flexible Redundancy is Worth Repeating L-band and ASI Signals 
ETL To Deliver Flexible Redundancy for L-bandand ASI signals at IBC
 
SES Takes Ultra HD Up a Notch Testing UltraHD 4K with 30 U.S. Pay TV Providers
“The turnkey SES Ultra HD platform is home to some of the largest and smallest cable and IPTV providers in the region, who are ..."
 
MX1 and National Geographic's 'Earth Live' Broadcast Follows Bull Sharks and Action Around the World
The most complex feed was delivered from Fiji, where divers were following bull sharks live.
 
Abu Dhabi Systems & Information Center Sees Blue as Proteus FZC Provides Marine Modeling
because there are no other commercially available products with this level of bathymetric accuracy and richness of seafloor information
 
Arabsat and GlobeCast Make the Turkish News TRT World HD on Arabsat Free-To-Air DVB-S2  
... adding that TRT WORLD, and international Turkish news platform, has been accessible on BADR-4 since ...
 
Signalhorn Services 38 Fred Pfennings Locations in Germany
Signalhorn's goal with their Xtend services is to extend the company’s VPN to multiple different service locations via a secure connection.
 
Airbus Foundation and THAI's Goodwill Mission ... School Supplies to Kids in Areas of Conflict 
Providing school supplies for students in areas of conflict is something most people have never had to contend with, but it's a very real fact and
 
CSF Welcomes Two — the Resurrected National Space Council and Scott Pace the Executive Secretary 
the organization consists of the head of NASA, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the secretaries of state, defense, commerce and ... 
 
Spot On! As Huge 75,000 Mile Wide Sunspot's Potential for Satellite Havoc
The sunspot, dubbed AR2665, is 74,560 miles (120,000 kilometres) wide – big enough to be seen from Earth.