SatTV Week – 12th March 2015

SatTV Week reports on Inmarsat Government’s LAISR service, Raytheon completion of a number of design and development milestones for a nuclear-hardened command and control system, and Global Hawks milestone.

SatTV Week – 19th February 2015

SatTV looks at the tie-up between Intelsat and Azercosmos, the new SES-14 satellite, Sinclair Industry’s Comshel contract, and what we can expect from the CABSAT event in Dubai. Photo courtesy of Azercosmos, BC Ambulance Services, Shutterstock

SatTV Week – 12th February 2015

SatTV Week looks at the tie-up between Intelsat and Kymeta and Inmarsat’s Isatphone 2 emergency response agreement with GEOS.

SatTV Week – 29th January 2015

Speaking on behalf of the international satellite community, Michel de Rosen, CEO of Eutelsat, has warned African states of the consequences for the continent if C-band resources are reallocated to mobile operators, SES has selected Arianespace to launch the powerful new hybrid communications satellite, SES-12, and Norfolk Telecom goes live with O3b’s unique ‘Fibre in [...]

SatTV Week – 15th January 2015

SatTV Week takes a look at some the latest news involving the ASTRA 2G satellite, ViaSat-2, Glowlink’s Single Satellite Geolocation System, and SES. We also talk to Rupert Owen, International Director for CommunicAsia 2015 about the show and its importance to the satellite sector.

SatTV Week – 8th January 2015

SatTV looks at what the New Year will hold for satellite companies as well as some recent announcements by Dish Network, ORBCOMM, Es’hailsat, and NSR. Video footage courtesy of SpaceX. 4K Joey courtesy of Dish Network

SatTV Week – 5th December 2014

Richard Hooper looks at the problems of connecting remote islands in the Asia-Pacific and why satellite is the only real answer – particularly if cost is a real issue. Photos courtesy of O3b Networks and Shutterstock. Video footage courtesy of RajaAmpatDivers, Pulau Pef and Oceanic Broadband

SatTV Week – 28th November 2014

SatTV Week takes a look at the week’s industry announcements, including Arianespace’s build up for the next launch, Thuraya’s SOS function for XT handset users, and MSC Cruises ship comms upgrades. Footage courtesy of ESA/CNES, MSC Cruises and Thuraya

SatTV Week – 12th March 2015

SatTV Week – 12th March 2015

SatTV Week reports on Inmarsat Government’s LAISR service, Raytheon completion of a number of design and development milestones for a nuclear-hardened command and control system, and Global Hawks milestone.

SatTV Week – 19th February 2015

SatTV Week – 19th February 2015

SatTV looks at the tie-up between Intelsat and Azercosmos, the new SES-14 satellite, Sinclair Industry’s Comshel contract, and what we can expect from the CABSAT event in Dubai. Photo courtesy of Azercosmos, BC Ambulance Services, Shutterstock

SatTV Week – 12th February 2015

SatTV Week – 12th February 2015

SatTV Week looks at the tie-up between Intelsat and Kymeta and Inmarsat’s Isatphone 2 emergency response agreement with GEOS.

SatTV Week – 29th January 2015

SatTV Week – 29th January 2015

Speaking on behalf of the international satellite community, Michel de Rosen, CEO of Eutelsat, has warned African states of the consequences for the continent if C-band resources are reallocated to mobile operators, SES has selected Arianespace to launch the powerful new hybrid communications satellite, SES-12, and Norfolk Telecom goes live with O3b’s unique ‘Fibre in [...]

SatTV Week – 15th January 2015

SatTV Week – 15th January 2015

SatTV Week takes a look at some the latest news involving the ASTRA 2G satellite, ViaSat-2, Glowlink’s Single Satellite Geolocation System, and SES. We also talk to Rupert Owen, International Director for CommunicAsia 2015 about the show and its importance to the satellite sector.

SatTV Week – 8th January 2015

SatTV Week – 8th January 2015

SatTV looks at what the New Year will hold for satellite companies as well as some recent announcements by Dish Network, ORBCOMM, Es’hailsat, and NSR. Video footage courtesy of SpaceX. 4K Joey courtesy of Dish Network

SatTV Week – 5th December 2014

SatTV Week – 5th December 2014

Richard Hooper looks at the problems of connecting remote islands in the Asia-Pacific and why satellite is the only real answer – particularly if cost is a real issue. Photos courtesy of O3b Networks and Shutterstock. Video footage courtesy of RajaAmpatDivers, Pulau Pef and Oceanic Broadband

SatTV Week – 28th November 2014

SatTV Week – 28th November 2014

SatTV Week takes a look at the week’s industry announcements, including Arianespace’s build up for the next launch, Thuraya’s SOS function for XT handset users, and MSC Cruises ship comms upgrades. Footage courtesy of ESA/CNES, MSC Cruises and Thuraya

SatTV Week – 13th November 2014

SatTV Week – 13th November 2014

Richard Hooper takes a look at some of the most interesting news stories from the global satellite industry including the Rosetta mission, ABS’ new appointment and Skyware Technologies reseller agreement. Video footage courtesy of the European Space Agency and New York Times Images courtesy of ESA, Skyware Global and Ekspress-AM-6 (ISS Reshetnev)

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Intelsat EpicNG

Intelsat EpicNG is a high performance, next generation satellite platform that delivers global high-throughput technology without sacrificing user control of service elements and hardware. The EpicNG platform is an innovative approach to satellite and network architecture utilizing C-, Ku- and Ka-bands, wide beams, spot beams, and frequency reuse technology to provide a host of customer-centric [...]

SatTV Week – 30th October 2014

SatTV Week – 30th October 2014

SatTV Week reports on how C-Com is helping protect Rhinos at the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, Elbit Systems’ contract award for satellite on-the-move-systems, and the Antares failure. Footage and images courtesy of Elbit Systems, NASA, Peace Parks Foundation, and Wikimedia Commons.

SatTV Week investigates satellite M2M

SatTV Week investigates satellite M2M

The global satellite M2M industry is in the midst of a quite ramatic growth spurt. In an era where keeping a close eye on assets, costs and streamlining is the name of the game, the benefits of a satellite M2M system are numerous. Images courtesy of Shutterstock, Hapag Lloyd, Maersk, Stobart and Shell International