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SatcomsIridium NEXT leverages Radisys’ T-Series platform for its next generation ground station infrastructure
(30 July 2014) Radisys Corporation today announced that Iridium Communications is to use Radisys’ T-Series commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) platforms to upgrade its ground station infrastructure associated with its next generation global satellite constellation – Iridium NEXT.
Livecom selects iDirect Evolution
(28 July 2014) iDirect Asia today announced that LiveCom, a Hong Kong based ISP, has selected Evolution as the platform to help enterprise and government customers expand their reach beyond the Asia-Pacific market.
MTN continues to lead the cruise market
(28 July 2014) MTN Communications announces three cruise operators around the world have selected the company for its passenger, crew, corporate communications and content services.
SES receives approval from GSA to sell O3b services
(28 July 2014) Global satellite solutions provider SES Government Solutions (SES GS) received General Services Administration (GSA) approval to offer O3b services on their GSA Schedule as of July 8, 2014.
Next generation Iridium broadband products to be available as early as 2016
(24 July 2014) Iridium Communications today announced that it is on track to facilitate a new portfolio of broadband subscriber products for aviation, maritime and land mobile markets, expected to be available as early as 2016.
Divona picks Eutelsat to pursue its development in Algeria
(23 July 2014) Divona, the Algerian VSAT operator providing telecom services (Internet, voice and data) in Algeria and the Middle East, announces it has selected Eutelsat Communications) to consolidate its network connectivity offer to mobile telecom operators and enterprises.
Hughes and Thales complete successful test of rapidly deployable LTE mobile network via satellite
(22 June 2014) Hughes Network Systems and Thales Defense & Security have successfully tested a rapidly deployable Long-Term Evolution (LTE) mobile networking solution via satellite.
Thales Alenia Space to build Telkom-3S satellite for Indonesia
(22 July 2014) Thales Alenia Space announced that it has signed a contract with the leading telecom services company in Indonesia, PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom), to build a new telecommunications satellite.
First flight main mission antennas completed for Iridium NEXT satellites
(21 July 2014) Iridium Communications today announced the completion of the first five flight main mission antennas (MMAs) for the Iridium NEXT constellation.
RSCC provides broadband access services on board the research/survey vessel Akademik Tryoshnikov
(21 July 2014) RSCC, in partnership with ООО Isatel, a member of the Intersputnik Holding international group, have put satellite-supported broadband equipment on board the research/survey vessel Akademik Tryoshnikov, operated by Russian Hydrometeorological Service (Roshydromet).
Liquid Telecom steps up resources on Eutelsat’s Africa coverage satellites for immediate and fast Internet connectivity
(18 July 2014) Liquid Telecom is stepping up resources leased from Eutelsat Communications to meet increasing demand for IP connectivity from a broad portfolio of clients that include national parks, out of town offices and remote mining and exploration companies.
SES contracts Airbus Defence and Space to manufacture SES-12 satellite for launch in Q4 2017
(17 July 2014) SES has selected Airbus Defence and Space to build a new hybrid communications satellite, SES-12, to serve the fast growing DTH, Data, Mobility and Government markets in Asia.
Sierra Nevada establishes contact with all six on-orbit Orbcomm Generation 2 satellites
(16 July 2014) Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has commenced the on-orbit checkout phase for six Orbcomm Generation 2 (OG2) satellites, establishing communication with each satellite as planned.
BroadcastingMultiChoice Africa and Eutelsat strike new long-term multi-transponder agreement
(30 July 2014) Eutelsat Communications and MultiChoice Africa have inked a far-reaching agreement that will ensure the continuing expansion of the DStv pay-TV platform over the coming 15 years.
SES launches new digital TV platform for West Africa
(23 July 2014) SES, in cooperation with service provider Computer Warehouse Group, today announced the launch of a new digital TV platform for West Africa on SES’s Astra 2F satellite at 28.2 degrees East.
MCS TV and Newslux pick Eutelsat to drive TV channel expansion in Southeast Asia
(16 July 2014) MCS TV and Newslux have selected the Eutelsat 70B satellite support the expansion into Southeast Asia of two flagship channels, i24News and MCS International.
Earth ObservationTeleCommunication Systems to supply X/Y tracking antenna systems to Planet Labs
(30 July 2014) TeleCommunication Systems has entered into a contract with Planet Labs to supply a global network of X/Y Tracking Antenna Systems.
SSL selected for study on accommodating a NASA hosted payload
(28 July 2014) Space Systems/Loral (SSL) has been selected by the Department of the Air Force Headquarters Space and Missile Systems Center as one of three companies to study ways to accommodate an instrument to monitor air pollutants over North America on a commercial satellite.
Versatility extends life of water mission
(18 July 2014) SMOS is not only delivering key information on soil moisture and ocean salinity for science, but its data are also being used for a growing number of practical applications.
Doubling radar vision of Earth
(17 July 2014) Following a contract signed with Arianespace today, the second Sentinel-1 satellite is now set to join its identical twin sister in orbit in early 2016, optimising the mission’s global coverage to manage the environment and improve everyday lives.
Rising-2 captured highest resolution image of earth's surface
(16 July 2014) Microsatellite Rising-2 has succeeded in capturing high precision images of the earth's surface.
UrtheCast and NanoRacks to install Earth observation cameras on NASA segment of space station
(16 July 2014) UrtheCast plans to dramatically expand its Earth Observation data stream by operating state-of-the-art sensors on the NASA segment of the International Space Station (ISS).
NavigationGeneral Dynamics continues support of GPS III program
(29 July 2014) General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics, was awarded a $25.4 million full-production contract from Lockheed Martin to support the U.S. Air Force Global Positioning System (GPS) III Network Communications Element (NCE) for space vehicles seven and eight (SV 07-08).
Miltary SpaceBoeing resells Inmarsat-5 satellite bandwidth to US government
(29 July 2014) In a first-of-its-kind arrangement for the company, Boeing is providing a U.S. government customer with military Ka-band satellite communications service from a commercial satellite.
Surrey Satellite US announces US Air Force hosted payload contract award
(16 July 2014) Surrey Satellite Technology US (SST-US) has been awarded a firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract under the Hosted Payload Solutions (HoPS) program from the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) Contracting Directorate.
AstrophysicsSilicon-capped hydrocarbons possible source of mysterious "diffuse interstellar bands"
(29 July 2014) Over the vast, empty reaches of interstellar space, countless small molecules tumble quietly though the cold vacuum.
It’s go time for LUX-Zeplin experiment in dark matter
(17 July 2014) From the physics labs at Yale University to the bottom of a played-out gold mine in South Dakota, a new generation of dark matter experiments is ready to commence.
AstronomyGaia: "go" for science
(29 July 2014) Following extensive in-orbit commissioning and several unexpected challenges, ESA's billion-star surveyor, Gaia, is now ready to begin its science mission.
Next-generation Thirty Meter Telescope begins construction in Hawaii
(28 July 2014) Following the approval of a sublease on July 25 by the Hawaii Board of Land and Natural Resources, the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) announces the beginning of the construction phase on Hawaii Island and around the world throughout the TMT international partnership.
Webb sunshield stacks up to test
(24 July 2014) The Sunshield on NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is the largest part of the observatory—five layers of thin membrane that must unfurl reliably in space to precise tolerances.
NASA team lays plans to observe new worlds
(23 July 2014) It can take decades to mature an astrophysics flagship mission from concept to launch pad.
Production phase nears for LSST camera sensors
(21 July 2014) A single sensor for the world’s largest digital camera detected light making its way through wind, air turbulence, and Earth’s atmosphere, successfully converting the light into a glimpse of the galactic wonders that this delicate instrument will eventually capture as it scans the night sky.
StarsModelling the formation of the oldest known star in the Milky Way
(22 July 2014) Scientists from the Universities of Göttingen and Copenhagen have modelled the formation of the oldest known star in the Milky Way using high-resolution computer simulations.
PulsarsFermi finds a 'transformer' pulsar
(22 July 2014) In late June 2013, an exceptional binary containing a rapidly spinning neutron star underwent a dramatic change in behavior never before observed.
GalaxiesWeighing the Milky Way
(29 July 2014) It turns out the way some astrophysicists have been studying our galaxy made it appear that the Milky Way might be more massive than it's neighbor down the street, Andromeda.
X-ray instrument settles interstellar debate
(28 July 2014) New findings from a NASA-funded instrument have resolved a decades-old puzzle about a fog of low-energy X-rays observed over the entire sky.
Glow in space is evidence of a hot bubble in our galaxy
(27 July 2014) When we look up to the heavens on a clear night, we see an immense dark sky with uncountable stars.
New mass of a distant galaxy cluster is most precise yet
(24 July 2014) Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have mapped the mass within a galaxy cluster more precisely than ever before.
Hubble traces the halo of a galaxy more accurately then ever before
(21 July 2014) Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have probed the extreme outskirts of the stunning elliptical galaxy Centaurus A.
Mysterious dance of dwarfs galaxies may force a cosmic rethink
(20 July 2014) The discovery that many small galaxies throughout the universe do not 'swarm' around larger ones like bees do but 'dance' in orderly disc-shaped orbits is a challenge to our understanding of how the universe formed and evolved.
SunUH receives major contract for Inouye Solar Telescope instrument
(17 July 2014) The National Science Foundation and the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) have announced the award of a major contract to the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy to build the Cryogenic Near Infrared Spectropolarimeter (CryoNIRSP) for the new solar telescope, which is now under construction on Haleakala.
Solar SystemVoyager spacecraft may not have reached interstellar space
(23 July 2014) In 2012, the Voyager mission team announced that the Voyager 1 spacecraft had passed into interstellar space, traveling further from Earth than any other manmade object.
MoonLunar pits could shelter astronauts
(17 July 2014) While the moon's surface is battered by millions of craters, it also has over 200 holes – steep-walled pits that in some cases might lead to caves that future astronauts could explore and use for shelter, according to new observations from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) spacecraft.
VenusVenus Express: up above the clouds so high
(28 July 2014) ESA’s Venus Express spacecraft has climbed to a new orbit following its daring aerobraking experiment, and will now resume observations of this fascinating planet for at least a few more months.
EarthLifetime of gravity measurements heralds new beginning
(30 July 2014) Although ESA’s GOCE satellite is no more, all of the measurements it gathered during its life skirting the fringes our atmosphere, including the very last as it drifted slowly back to Earth, have been drawn together to offer new opportunities for science.
MarsOpportunity rover sets off-world driving record
(28 July 2014) NASA's Opportunity Mars rover, which landed on the Red Planet in 2004, now holds the off-Earth roving distance record after accruing 25 miles (40 kilometers) of driving.
NASA Mars spacecraft prepare for close comet flyby
(25 July 2014) NASA is taking steps to protect its Mars orbiters, while preserving opportunities to gather valuable scientific data, as Comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring heads toward a close flyby of Mars on Oct. 19.
NASA seeks proposals for commercial Mars data relay satellites
(23 July 2014) NASA has issued a Request for Information (RFI) to investigate the possibility of using commercial Mars-orbiting satellites to provide telecommunications capabilities for future robotic missions to the Red Planet.
Earth-like fossilized soils on Mars
(17 July 2014) Soil deep in a crater dating to some 3.7 billion years ago contains evidence that Mars was once much warmer and wetter, says University of Oregon geologist Gregory Retallack, based on images and data captured by the rover Curiosity.
SaturnCassini spacecraft reveals 101 geysers and more on icy Saturn moon
(28 July 2014) Scientists using mission data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft have identified 101 distinct geysers erupting on Saturn's icy moon Enceladus.
MIPT-based researcher models Titan’s atmosphere
(21 July 2014) A researcher from MIPT, Prof. Vladimir Krasnopolsky, who heads the Laboratory of High Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy of Planetary Atmospheres, has published the results of the comparison of his model of Titan’s atmosphere with the latest data.
AsteroidsSSL selected to study asteroid retrieval for NASA
(18 July 2014) Space Systems/Loral (SSL), a leading provider of commercial satellites, today announced that it was one of the companies selected by NASA to study system concepts and key technologies for NASA's Asteroid Redirect Mission, which is expected to be a key part of the agency's path to sending humans to Mars.
MDA begins flight phase of asteroid mission
(17 July 2014) MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) has received a follow-on contract for CA$6.6 million from the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) for NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission.
Asteroid Vesta to reshape theories of planet formation
(16 July 2014) EPFL researchers have a better understanding of the asteroid Vesta and its internal structure, thanks to numerical simulations and data from the space mission Dawn.
CometsLatest Rosetta comet pictures
(24 July 2014) In this week's images, taken on 20 July from a distance of 5500 km, comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko's largest features are beginning to stand out in the OSIRIS narrow angle camera view.
Comet probe Rosetta on the home straight
(23 July 2014) After a journey of more than seven billion kilometres that has taken over ten years, space probe Rosetta is now approaching the finish line: the probe is scheduled to reach its quarry – comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko – on 6 August.
NEOWISE spots a comet that looked like an asteroid
(23 July 2014) Comet C/2013 UQ4 (Catalina) has been observed by NASA's Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) spacecraft just one day after passing through its closest approach to the sun.
Dual personality of comet 67P/C-G
(17 July 2014) This week's images of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko reveal an extraordinarily irregular shape.
Comet ISON's dramatic final hours
(16 July 204) A new analysis of data from the ESA/NASA Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) spacecraft has revealed that comet 2012/S1 (ISON) stopped producing dust and gas shortly before it raced past the Sun and disintegrated.
Extra Solar PlanetsHubble finds three surprisingly dry exoplanets
(24 July 2014) Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have gone looking for water vapor in the atmospheres of three planets orbiting stars similar to the Sun — and have come up nearly dry.
Most precise measurement of an alien world's size
(23 July 2014) Thanks to NASA's Kepler and Spitzer Space Telescopes, scientists have made the most precise measurement ever of the radius of a planet outside our solar system.
Transiting exoplanet with longest known year
(21 July 2014) Astronomers have discovered a transiting exoplanet with the longest known year. Kepler-421b circles its star once every 704 days.
AstrobiologySurvivalists ready for journey to the ISS
(22 July 2014) Tough, resilient and able to survive in the most inhospitable regions on Earth –now, they are being asked to show their strength in a space environment as well; blue-green algae (cyanobacteria of the genus Nostoc) and biofilms (deinococcus geothermalis) will depart for the International Space Station (ISS) at 23:44 CEST on 23 July 2014 on board a Progress spacecraft.
Oceans vital for possibility for alien life
(21 July 2014) Researchers at the University of East Anglia have made an important step in the race to discover whether other planets could develop and sustain life.
MicrogravityResearchers discover cool-burning flames in space
(28 July 2014) A team of international researchers has discovered a new type of cool burning flames that could lead to cleaner, more efficient engines for cars.
Manned SpaceArianespace launches ATV Georges Lemaître
(29 July 2014) Ariane 5 marked a key operational milestone and set a new record on its 60th consecutive “mission accomplished,” successfully orbiting the Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV) Georges Lemaître and once again demonstrating Arianespace’s ability to serve the European space sector.
Last ATV lifts off to supply the space station
(29 July 2014) The fifth and final mission of ESA’s Automated Transfer Vehicle got off to a flying start today with its launch from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, heading for the International Space Station.
Timely arrival of Pharao space clock
(25 July 2014) ESA has welcomed the arrival of Pharao, an important part of ESA’s atomic clock experiment that will be attached to the International Space Station in 2016.
Tuskegee University joins Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Dream Chaser team
(24 July 2014) Tuskegee University (TU) and Sierra Nevada Corporation’s (SNC) Space Systems announce they have signed a Letter of Cooperation to initiate collaborative efforts related to SNC’s Dream Chaser Orbital Transportation System.
ATV-5: loaded and locked
(23 July 2014) ESA’s fifth Automated Transfer Vehicle is now scheduled for launch to the International Space Station at 23:44 GMT on 29 July (01:44 CEST 30 July) on an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.
Sierra Nevada Corporation announces cooperative understanding with JAXA for Dream Chaser Space System
(23 July 2014) Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) announced today the expansion of its Dream Chaser Space System’s global partnership to include Asia and the Pacific Rim through a recently signed memorandum of cooperative understanding with the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).
Sierra Nevada completes major Dream Chaser CCiCap milestone
(22 July 2014) Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) has successfully passed Milestone 9, the Risk Reduction and Technology Readiness Level (TRL) Advancement Testing milestone, for several critical Dream Chaser systems under NASA’s Commercial Crew Integrated Capability (CCiCap) agreement.
The heart of an astronaut, five years on
(22 July 2014) The heart of an astronaut is a much-studied thing. Scientists have analyzed its blood flow, rhythms, atrophy and, through journal studies, even matters of the heart.
Astronauts to test free-flying “housekeeper” robots
(17 July 2014) Inspired by science fiction, three bowling ball-size free-flying Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites (SPHERES) have been flying inside the International Space Station since 2006.
Orbital's Cygnus spacecraft successfully berths with ISS
(16 July 2014) Orbital Sciences Corporation today announced that its Cygnus cargo logistics spacecraft successfully completed its rendezvous and approach maneuvers with the International Space Station (ISS) and was grappled and berthed with the Station by the Expedition 40 astronaut crew earlier this morning.
TechnologyEmcore awarded long-term supply contract by Lockheed Martin
(30 July 2014) Emcore has entered into a new, long-term supply agreement with Lockheed Martin Space Systems to design and manufacture high-efficiency, multi-junction Coverglass Interconnected Cells (CICs) for Lockheed Martin's satellite program requirements.
Surrey Satellite US announces second Orbital Test Bed ride-share mission
(30 July 2014) Surrey Satellite Technology US LLC (SST-US) today announced plans for a second Orbital Test Bed (OTB-2) ride-share mission dedicated to carrying demonstration payloads, subsystems, and equipment into low-Earth orbit aboard a flight-proven satellite bus.
Revolutionary microshutter technology hurdles significant challenges
(29 July 2014) NASA technologists have hurdled a number of significant technological challenges in their quest to improve an already revolutionary observing technology originally created for the James Webb Space Telescope.
Intelsat General selected to enable USAF deployment of hosted payload missions
(28 July 2014) Intelsat General has been selected by the U.S. Air Force to participate in a half-billion-dollar, 15-year program to place government payloads aboard commercial satellites.
Printing the metals of the future
(28 July 2014) 3-D printers can create all kinds of things, from eyeglasses to implantable medical devices, straight from a computer model and without the need for molds.
Eutelsat America eligible to provide Hosted Payload Services to US Government
(25 July 2014) Eutelsat America has been awarded a contract by the US Air Force to support the deployment of future US Government payloads (hosted payloads) on its satellites.
Lockheed Martin selected for US Air Force’s satellite hosted payload initiative
(23 July 2014) Lockheed Martin has been competitively selected for the U.S. Air Force’s Hosted Payload Solutions (HoPS) initiative, which is aimed at integrating some government payloads – electronics and sensors packages designed for specific missions – on commercial satellites.
Masten Space Systems selected by DARPA for XS-1 program
(23 July 2014) Masten Space Systems has been awarded a contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) as part of Phase 1 of the Experimental Spaceplane (XS-1) program to develop a reusable launch vehicle.
SES awarded Hosted Payload Solutions ID/IQ contract
(23 July 2014) Global satellite solutions provider SES Government Solutions (SES GS) is one of fourteen awardees granted a share of a contract worth in total a maximum of $494,900,000 under the Hosted Payload Solutions (HoPS) Program.
NanoRacks teams with SSL for USAF Hosted Payload Solutions Program (HoPs)
(22 July 2014) The United States Air Force has awarded a five year IDIQ contract opportunity to SSL under the Hosted Payload Solutions Program (HoPs) in order to facilitate the placement of payloads designed for Geostationary (GEO) and Low-Earth (LEO) orbit.
SSL qualifies as potential provider of hosted payloads to U.S. Government
(22 July 2014) Space Systems/Loral (SSL) today announced that it was one of 14 companies qualified by the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) to compete for work with U.S. Government agencies to host government payloads on commercial satellites.
SSL awarded contract for innovative, affordable access to space
(21 July 2014) Space Systems/Loral (SSL) today announced that it was selected by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to integrate the flight hardware for a new capability designed to carry small science and technology missions to space on its geostationary (GEO) satellite platform.
RUAG camera bound for the ISS aboard the space freighter “Georges Lemaître”
(18 July 2014) The European space freighter “Georges Lemaître” is ready for its trip to the International Space Station ISS. An Ariane 5 rocket is scheduled to carry the ATV (Automated Transfer Vehicle) into space on 25 July.
Aerojet Rocketdyne tests 1 Newton thruster for Green Propellant Infusion Mission
(17 July 2014) Aerojet Rocketdyne has successfully completed a hot-fire test on its flight-representative 1 Newton (1N) thruster at our specially designated green propellant facility in Redmond, Washington.
ATV's fiery break-up to be seen from inside
(17 July 2014) As ESA’s remaining supply ferry to the International Space Station burns up in the atmosphere, its final moments as its hull disintegrates will be recorded from the inside by a unique infrared camera.
NASA begins engine test project for Space Launch System rocket
(17 July 2014) Engineers have taken a crucial step in preparing to test parts of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) rocket that will send humans to new destinations in the solar system.
ESA's spaceplane set for flight
(16 July 2014) All eyes are on ESA’s spaceplane to showcase reentry technologies after its unconventional launch on a Vega rocket this November.
ULA delivers three satellites into orbit for the U.S. Air Force
In OrbitSES unveils new satellite operations center
(30 July 2014) Global satellite operator SES announced today it is now controlling nearly half of its growing fleet from a new satellite operations center (SOC) at its commercial sales and satellite engineering office in Princeton, New Jersey.
Arabsat selects GMV satellite monitoring and control
(23 July 2014) GMV has been awarded a contract by Arabsat to provide a complete Satellite Control Center (SCC) for its existing and upcoming fleet of satellites.
BusinessNEC and the Mexican Space Agency collaborate in satellite development
(29 July 2014) NEC Corporation and the Mexican Space Agency (AEM) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the development of advanced satellites.
ViaSat gains high-rate modem and design technologies with acquisition of assets of Gray Labs
(28 July 2014) ViaSat has expanded its high-speed satellite data communication technology base with the acquisition of a high-rate modem product line and custom spacecraft technologies for earth observation from Gray Labs.
Rockwell Collins sells military ground-based satellite communications portfolio
(25 July 2014) Rockwell Collins has completed the sale of its satellite communications business.
Products and ServicesIridium GO!, world's first truly global mobile satellite hotspot, now available
(28 July 2014) Iridium Communications today announced broad availability of the world's first truly global mobile satellite hotspot.
ND SatCom Ka2Go – Terminal receives Eutelsat type approval with the most accurate pointing
(24 July 2014) ND SatCom today announced that it has received type approval for its Ka2Go -Terminal for Eutelsat Broadband Services.
PeopleIntelsat appoints Patricia Cooper as Vice President, Government Affairs and Policy
(30 July 2014) Intelsat today announced that Patricia Cooper has been named as the company's Vice President, Government Affairs and Policy, effective August 25.
Leonard Wapler appointed CFO of Eutelsat Americas, Joanna Darlington joins Eutelsat Communications as Head of Investor Relations
(30 July 2014) Eutelsat Communications has appointed Leonard Wapler as Chief Financial Officer of Eutelsat Americas, based in Mexico City.
Satellite Industry Association announces departure of Patricia Cooper, President
(30 July 2014) The Satellite Industry Association (SIA) today announced the resignation of Association President Patricia Cooper, effective August 15, 2014, and that it will begin a search for a new President this summer.
Frontier Communications appoints Paul Quick as SVP and GM of Connecticut operations
(23 July 2014) Frontier Communications Corporation, a leading provider of broadband, voice, data and satellite television services, today announced that Paul Quick has been appointed Senior Vice President and General Manager of its Connecticut operations.