Gilat deploys 3G small cell network for TIM Brasil in only two months
(30 October 2014) Gilat Satellite Networks has announced the successful deployment of the CellEdge small cell over satellite solution to 20 rural sites in Brazil, as part of its agreement with TIM Brasil, the second largest Brazilian operator and the leading company in the pre-paid segment.
Global Eagle Entertainment and SES sign strategic partnership
(30 October 2014) Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE), a worldwide leading provider of content, connectivity and digital media solutions to airlines, and satellite operator SES today announced a ground-breaking agreement, whereby SES will provide global, Ku-band satellite bandwidth to GEE for use in GEE’s in-flight connectivity system.
Speedy Hire extends connectivity for enterprise customers with Avanti
(30 October 2014) Avanti Communications has announced a new contract with Speedy Hire, the UK's leading tools, equipment, plant hire and services company.
Airbus Defence and Space expands its Field Service Alliance network for maritime satellite communications
(29 October 2014) Airbus Defence and Space has expanded its Field Service Alliance (FSA) with the recent appointment of five new certified partners.
First EDRS node on track for launch
(29 October 2014) The first component of Europe’s space data highway passed several critical tests this summer replicating the harsh launch and space conditions it will soon have to endure.
Hispamar and Satcom Digital Networks connect oil and gas platforms in the USA
(29 October 2014) Satcom Digital Networks and Hispamar have reached an agreement for satellite capacity on the Amazonas 2 spacecraft located in the 61º west orbital position.
Hughes India connects 12,000 plus ATMs and bank branches in 2014
(29 October 2014) Hughes Communications India Limited (HCIL), a subsidiary of Hughes Network Systems, has connected over 12,000 off-site ATMs and rural bank branches with a secure broadband satellite network in 2014.
ASC Signal to provide high-performance VSAT hub to leading Indonesian integrator
(28 October 2014) ASC Signal Corporation has secured a contract with PT Anta Mediakom of Indonesia to deliver a fully-agile, high-performance 9.3-meter gateway for installation as a VSAT hub for PT Anta Mediakom's customer, a well-known service provider in the region.
C-COM antennas used in Africa to protect wildlife
(28 October 2014) C-COM Satellite Systems announced today that its antennas are being used in The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park located in Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe to monitor and prevent the poaching of rhinos.
Orbcomm wins 16000-unit order from large retail fleet
(28 October 2014) Orbcomm today announced that one of the nation’s largest retail fleets has selected Orbcomm to deliver 16,000 dual-mode tracking and monitoring solutions across its mixed fleet of dry and refrigerated trailers.
SES and Es’hailsat sign consultancy agreement
(27 October 2014) SES TechCom and Es’hailSat have announced the signing of a comprehensive consultancy service agreement.
Iridium partners with Trimble to support transport and logistics global expansion
(23 October 2014) Iridium Communications today announced an agreement with Trimble that expands the company's use of satellite communications in its core Transportation and Logistics (T&L) solutions beyond the North American market.
Globecomm deploys 158 Mb VSAT network supporting Iraqi oil exploration
(22 October 2014) Globecomm announced today the successful completion of a 158 Mb VSAT network, in partnership with one of the country’s leading telecommunications suppliers, for a European-based client that is conducting oil exploration at sites in Iraq.
Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) selects Globalstar GPS satellite technology for Groomer fleet tracking
(22 October 2014) Globalstar today announced that its SmartOne GPS-based satellite data modem has been chosen by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) for a province-wide groomer fleet tracking program being rolled out in time for the coming winter season.
Optus 10 satellite completes in-orbit testing
(22 October 2014) Optus today announced that its Optus 10 communications satellite has successfully completed a series of in-orbit tests following its launch from French Guiana on 11 September 2014.
Comtech awarded advanced VSAT and premium services order to support satellite network in Asia
(21 October 2014) Comtech EF Data has been awarded a $2.3 million order for its industry-leading Advanced VSAT satellite networking platform, including the NetVue Integrated Management System and the premium service package, ESS Prime.
Satellites for smart logging
(21 October 2014) Satcoms are helping to save our trees through more efficient use of our forests.
Hispasat and Intelsat extend collaboration at 55.5º West
(20 October 2014) The Spanish satellite telecommunications operator Hispasat, and the the world's leading provider of satellite services, Intelsat, detailed their collaboration with respect to capabilities at the 55.5ºW orbital position.
Kacific to bring fast broadband to Kiribati's most remote islands
(20 October 2014) People on all of the 33 islands and atolls of Kiribati will be able to enjoy high speed broadband services from 2017, thanks to an agreement their government signed today with Kacific Broadband Satellites.
ViaSat brings capacity and performance advantages of Exede In The Air to general aviation market
(20 October 2014) Adding network capacity and increasing the performance of its fast Yonder internet service for general aviation customers, ViaSat is bringing Exede In The Air to business executives, fractional owners, charter and jet card flyers, and others who rely on general aviation jets.
Foxtel to expand HD services on Optus Satellite
(28 October 2014) Optus today officially announced it has signed a new agreement with long-time customer Foxtel, to provide additional satellite services on a five year term.
C Music TV HD launching on AsiaSat 5
(27 October 2014) Asia Satellite Telecommunications (AsiaSat) and C Music Entertainment in London England have signed an agreement to launch ‘C Music TV HD’ across Asia on AsiaSat 5 at 100.5°E from 1st November, 2014.
Trial separation prepares for final release
(30 October 2014) Sentinel-2A is in the middle of an extensive testing programme to make sure this land-monitoring satellite is fit for launch next spring.
Air quality under new scrutiny
(28 October 2014) As part of the preparations for the Sentinel-5 Precursor air-quality monitoring mission, scientists teamed up in Romania recently to test different airborne systems that will be used to ensure this new satellite delivers accurate measurements of pollutants in the air we breathe.
Copernicus operations secured until 2012
(28 October 2014) In a landmark agreement for Europe’s Copernicus programme, the European Commission and ESA have signed an Agreement of over €3 billion to manage and implement the Copernicus ‘space component’ between 2014 and 2021.
NASA's ECOSTRESS will monitor plant health
(27 October 2014) A new space-based instrument to study how effectively plants use water is being developed at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California.
MDA expands Radarsat business in China
(23 October 2014) MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) has signed two contracts with EarthSTAR, a subsidiary of EarthView Image, totaling approximately CA$10 million.
Copernicus Sentinel-1: making our seas safer
(22 October 2014) Within the first days of its operational life, the Sentinel-1A satellite has provided data for marine services in the Arctic.
MDA provides surface movement monitoring solution to key industries
(22 October 2014) MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) has been awarded multiple contracts with undisclosed customers in the oil and gas, and mining sectors.
NASA awards Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder for the Joint Polar Satellite System-2 mission
(22 October 2014) NASA has awarded a sole source contract modification to Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems, of Azusa, California, for the Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder (ATMS) Instrument for flight on the Joint Polar Satellite System-2 (JPSS-2) mission.
Blue Water Satellite to develop spectral imaging tools using Google Maps for work cloud mapping
(20 October 2014) Blue Water Satellite (BWS) a Toledo, Ohio, company that uses satellite and other spectral imagery and patented image processing to monitor the world's land and water resources announced its collaboration with Google Maps for Work.
Airbus Defence and Space signs MetOp-SG meteorological satellites prime contract with ESA
(17 October 2014) Airbus Defence and Space, the world’s second largest space company, has signed the formal contracts with the European Space Agency (ESA) to design and build the second generation of Meteorological Operational (MetOp-SG) satellites.
MDA signs contracts to provide space-based monitoring to support oil exploration and production
(17 October 2014) MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) has been awarded multiple contracts by undisclosed customers for space-based monitoring services using RADARSAT-2 to support oil exploration and production activities.
Raytheon continues as FAA satellite-based augmentation system contractor
(24 October 2014) The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded Raytheon a $131 million contract for Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) Dual Frequency Operations (DFO) Segment 1.
First Aireon flight payload delivered for global space-based air traffic surveillance system
(30 October 2014) Aireon announced today that the first flight payload for the system has been delivered by Harris Corporation for integration into Iridium NEXT satellites.
Elbit Systems to supply Satellite-on-the-Move systems to Canadian Armed Forces
(29 October 2014) Elbit Systems has been awarded a contract by Rheinmetall Canada to provide Elsat 2100 Satellite-on-the-Move (SOTM) systems for use by the Canadian Armed Forces.
Comtech receives high-power traveling wave tube amplifier contract
(24 October 2014) Comtech Xicom Technology has received an award for $1.5 million to supply high-power millimeter-wave traveling wave tube amplifiers (TWTAs) from a U.S. government customer.
Intelsat General awarded Air Force contract to study commercialization of satellite control network
(22 October 2014) Intelsat General (IGC) is one of four companies awarded a contract by the United States Air Force (USAF) to study the viability of using commercial facilities and operations expertise for the tracking, telemetry and command (TT&C) of government satellites.
Thales to supply military satellite communication system to Qatar
(20 October 2014) The ground segment supplied by Thales will provide Qatari ground and naval forces with a long-range communications capability to enhance national security and protect vital interests.
Boeing-built X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle successfully completes 3rd flight
(17 October 2014) The Boeing-built X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV) successfully de-orbited and landed today at Vandenberg Air Force Base at 9:24 a.m. PDT, concluding a 674-day experimental test mission for the U.S. Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office.
Thales Alenia Space signs Phase B2 study contract for interface between Cosmo-SkyMed and CSO observation systems
(17 October 2014) In the frame of the MUSIS (MUltinational Space-based Imaging System) program, Thales Alenia Space Italia has signed a contract with OCCAR-EA, (Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation), called MUSIS Federating Activities Phase B2, which aims at providing the customers with the definition of the CIL (Common Interoperability Layer).
X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle-3 lands at Vandenberg AFB
(17 October 2014) The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle mission 3 (OTV-3), the Air Force's unmanned, reusable space plane, landed at Vandenberg Air Force Base at 9:24 a.m. Oct. 17.
LOFAR discovers largest carbon atoms outside our Milky Way
(29 October 2014) An international team of astronomers under the guidance of graduate student Leah Morabito of Leiden Observatory has for the first time discovered the largest carbon atoms outside our Milky Way with the LOFAR radio telescope.
Chandra observatory identifies impact of cosmic chaos on star birth
(27 October 2014) The same phenomenon that causes a bumpy airplane ride, turbulence, may be the solution to a long-standing mystery about stars’ birth, or the absence of it, according to a new study using data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory.
New window on the early Universe
(22 October 2014) Scientists at the Universities of Bonn and Cardiff see good times approaching for astrophysicists after hatching a new observational strategy to distill detailed information from galaxies at the edge of the Universe.
POLARBEAR detects curls in the universe’s oldest light
(20 October 2014) Cosmologists have made the most sensitive and precise measurements yet of the polarization of the cosmic microwave background.
Poland to join the European Southern Observatory
(28 October 2014) Today Professor Lena Kolarska-Bobińska, the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education, signed an agreement that will lead to the country joining the European Southern Observatory (ESO) — the world’s most productive ground-based observatory.
Webb telescope mirrors: stepping stones to the cosmos
(23 October 2014) Scientists and engineers placed two NASA James Webb Space Telescope test primary mirror segments onto the support structure that will hold them, where they resemble stepping stones.
Webb's heart survives deep freeze test
(21 October 2014) After 116 days of being subjected to extremely frigid temperatures like that in space, the heart of the James Webb Space Telescope, the Integrated Science Instrument Module (ISIM) and its sensitive instruments, emerged unscathed from the thermal vacuum chamber at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
New radio telescope ready to probe
(20 October 2014) Whirring back and forth on a turning turret, the white, 40-foot dish evokes the aura of movies such as "Golden Eye" or "Contact," but the University of Arizona team of scientists and engineers that commissioned it earlier this month isn't planning to listen for signals from extraterrestrials or hijack satellites.
Planet-forming lifeline discovered in a binary star system
(29 October 2014) For the first time, researchers using ALMA have detected a streamer of gas flowing from a massive outer disc toward the inner reaches of a binary star system.
Imaging the exploding fireball stage of a nova
(23 October 2014) Astronomers at Georgia State University’s Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy (CHARA) have observed the expanding thermonuclear fireball from a nova that erupted last year in the constellation Delphinus with unprecedented clarity.
Fermi satellite finds hints of starquakes in magnetar 'storm'
(21 October 2014) NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope detected a rapid-fire "storm" of high-energy blasts from a highly magnetized neutron star, also called a magnetar, on Jan. 22, 2009.
Tremendously bright pulsar may be one of many
(27 October 2014) Recently, a team of astronomers reported discovering a pulsating star that appears to shine with the energy of 10 million suns.
Hubble sees 'ghost light' from dead galaxies
(30 October 2014) NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has picked up the faint, ghostly glow of stars ejected from ancient galaxies that were gravitationally ripped apart several billion years ago.
Lucky star escapes black hole with minor damage
(23 October 2014) Astronomers have gotten the closest look yet at what happens when a black hole takes a bite out of a star—and the star lives to tell the tale.
Big black holes can block new stars
(21 October 2014) Massive black holes spewing out radio-frequency-emitting particles at near-light speed can block formation of new stars in aging galaxies, a study has found.
Understanding and predicting solar flares
(22 October 2014) Researchers from the Centre de Physique Théorique (CNRS/École polytechnique) and the Laboratoire Astrophysique, Interprétation - Modélisation (CNRS/CEA/Université Paris Diderot) have identified a key phenomenon in the triggering of solar flares.
Heavy metal frost? A new look at a Venusian mystery
(20 October 2014) Venus is hiding something beneath its brilliant shroud of clouds: a first order mystery about the planet that researchers may be a little closer to solving because of a new re-analysis of twenty-year-old spacecraft data.
Packing for Mars
(22 October 2014) Like surgeons in an operating room, the technicians work gowned and masked in ESA’s ultraclean microbiology laboratory, ensuring a high-tech sensor will not contaminate the Red Planet with terrestrial microbes.
Aerojet Rocketdyne selected to provide power and propulsion for 2020 Mars rover mission
(17 October 2014) Aerojet Rocketdyne has received a contract from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory to supply the thrusters that would help land the next rover on Mars after it is launched in 2020.
Methane ice cloud in Titan's stratosphere
(24 October 2014) NASA scientists have identified an unexpected high-altitude methane ice cloud on Saturn's moon Titan that is similar to exotic clouds found far above Earth's poles.
Organic molecules in Titan's atmosphere are intriguingly skewed
(22 October 2014) While studying the atmosphere on Saturn’s moon Titan, scientists discovered intriguing zones of organic molecules unexpectedly shifted away from its north and south poles.
Study sees Titan glowing at dusk and dawn
(22 October 2014) New maps of Saturn’s moon Titan reveal large patches of trace gases shining brightly near the north and south poles.
Biggest census ever of exocomets around Beta Pictoris
(22 October 2014) The HARPS instrument at ESO’s La Silla Observatory in Chile has been used to make the most complete census of comets around another star ever created.
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter image shows comet nucleus is small
(20 October 2014) The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured views of comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring while that visitor sped past Mars on Sunday (Oct. 19), yielding information about its nucleus.
MAVEN studies passing comet and its effects
(19 October 2014) NASA's newest orbiter at Mars, MAVEN, took precautions to avoid harm from a dust-spewing comet that flew near Mars today and is studying the flyby's effects on the Red Planet's atmosphere.
Dream Chaser spacecraft science mission variant
(23 October 2014) In addition to the primary function of transporting crew and cargo to and from low-Earth orbit (LEO), SNC’s Dream Chaser program team has been developing a science mission variant which leverages the inherent capabilities of the vehicle to offer a free-flying microgravity science laboratory.
ISS “PK-4” research laboratory successfully launched
(29 October 2014) At 8:09 hours CET on October 29, 2014, the European-Russian plasma crystal laboratory “PK-4” lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on board a Progress launcher headed for the International Space Station ISS.
Orbital set to launch cargo delivery mission to ISS
(26 October 2014) Orbital Sciences is prepared to launch the company’s Antares rocket carrying a Cygnus cargo logistics spacecraft destined for the International Space Station (ISS) under the Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) contract with NASA.
Critical NASA science returns to Earth aboard SpaceX Dragon spacecraft
(25 October 2014) SpaceX's Dragon cargo spacecraft splashed down at 3:39 p.m. EDT Saturday, Oct. 25, in the Pacific Ocean, approximately 300 miles west of Baja California, returning 3,276 pounds of NASA cargo and science samples from the International Space Station (ISS).
Cosmic rays threaten future deep-space astronaut missions
(21 October 2014) Crewed missions to Mars remain an essential goal for NASA, but scientists are only now beginning to understand and characterize the radiation hazards that could make such ventures risky, concludes a new paper by University of New Hampshire scientists.
Boeing concludes Commercial Crew Space Act Agreement for CST-100/Atlas V
(17 October 2014) Boeing has successfully completed the final milestone of its Commercial Crew Integrated Capability (CCiCap) Space Act Agreement with NASA.
RUAG pioneers 3D printing for space
(27 October 2014) Swiss company RUAG Space plans to soon be equipping satellites with components made using a 3D printer – making them lighter and cheaper.
AdaCore development environment selected for new Spanish satellite project
(24 October 2014) AdaCore today announced that its GNAT Pro cross-development environment has been selected by the Polytechnic University of Madrid (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / UPM), for the UPMSat-2 UNION satellite project’s real-time on-board and ground control software.
New Airbus Defence and Space integration centre for space propulsion systems begins operation
(24 October 2014) Today Airbus Defence and Space began operations at its new integration centre for satellite propulsion components and sub-systems in Lampoldshausen.
Creating a virtual telescope with two small spacecraft
(23 October 2014) Although scientists have flown two spacecraft in formation, no one ever has aligned the spacecraft with a specific astronomical target and then held that configuration to make a scientific observation — creating, in effect, a single or “virtual” telescope with two distinctly different satellites.
Intelligent materials that work in space
(23 October 2014) Arquimea, a company that began in the Business Incubator in the Science Park of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), will be testing technology it has developed in the International Space Station.
Mass gaging system will measure fuel transfer in zero gravity
(22 October 2014) Transfer of super-cooled or cryogenic fuel from one tank to another in the zero gravity of space may one day be a reality.
Ultra-black nano-coating to be applied to 3-D new solar coronagraph
(22 October 2014) An emerging super-black nanotechnology that is to be tested for the first time this fall on the International Space Station will be applied to a complex, 3-D component critical for suppressing stray light in a new, smaller, less-expensive solar coronagraph designed to ultimately fly on the orbiting outpost or as a hosted payload on a commercial satellite.
Aerojet Rocketdyne tests thrust chamber assembly using copper alloy additive manufacturing technology
(17 October 2014) NASA and Aerojet Rocketdyne have successfully completed a series of hot-fire tests on an advanced rocket engine Thrust Chamber Assembly (TCA) using copper alloy additive manufacturing technology.
New commercial rocket descent data may help NASA with future Mars landings
(17 October 2014) NASA successfully captured thermal images of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on its descent after it launched in September from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
Arianespace signs contract with ELV for ten Vega launchers
(29 October 2014) Stéphane Israël, Chairman and CEO of Arianespace, and Pierluigi Pirrelli, Chief Executive of ELV (European Launch Vehicle), signed a contract today, October 29, 2014, in Rome, confirming Arianespace's order of ten Vega launch vehicles from the Italian manufacturer.
NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility completes initial assessment after Orbital launch mishap
(29 October 2014) The Wallops Incident Response Team completed today an initial assessment of Wallops Island, Virginia, following the catastrophic failure of Orbital Science Corp.’s Antares rocket shortly after liftoff at 6:22 p.m. EDT Tuesday, Oct. 28, from Pad 0A of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
Newest Boeing GPS IIF launched, signals indicate satellite working properly
(29 October 2014) The 8th Boeing Global Positioning System (GPS) IIF has signaled controllers it is functioning properly after launching today, marking another step in the modernization of the satellite constellation that’s relied on by millions of people worldwide.
Orbital update on Orb-3 launch mishap
(29 October 2014) Early this morning, range officials performed an aerial survey of the launch facilities and surrounding areas at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility where yesterday's failure of the Antares rocket occurred after it lifted off from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport’s Pad 0A.
United Launch Alliance successfully launches GPS satellite
(29 October 2014) A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket successfully launched the eighth Global Positioning System (GPS) IIF-8 satellite for the U.S. Air Force at 1:21 p.m. EDT today from Space Launch Complex-41.
Orbital's statement regarding ORB-3 launch failure
(28 October 2014) Orbital Sciences confirmed that today’s Antares rocket launch from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility was not successful.
India's GSAT-16 is delivered to French Guiana for the next Ariane 5 launch
(24 October 2014) Both satellite passengers for Arianespace’s sixth Ariane 5 mission of 2014 are now in French Guiana, marking a new milestone as preparations continue ahead of this heavy-lift flight scheduled for early December.
4M on its way to the moon
(23 October 2014) The Manfred Memorial Moon Mission (4M) has been successfully launched on board a Long March 3 from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center, China.
IXV spaceplane completes a new phase of preparations ahead of its Vega launch
(22 October 2014) Europe’s Intermediate eXperimental Vehicle (IXV) spaceplane has completed another step in its pre-launch checkout process, and is now being readied for fueling ahead of the November 18 flight with Arianespace’s lightweight Vega.
SpaceQuest signs a Letter of Intent with Mishaal Aerospace for launch of their satellites
(22 October 2014) Mishaal Aerospace has announced that SpaceQuest has signed a Letter of Intent for launch of their satellites once Mishaal Aerospace’s M-OV, Orbital Vehicle, is ready.
SSL-built satellite for Intelsat begins post-launch maneuvers according to plan
(17 October 2014) Space Systems/Loral (SSL) today announced that a satellite designed and built for Intelsat, was launched yesterday and is successfully performing post-launch maneuvers according to plan.
Steering ESA satellites clear of space debris
(30 October 2014) Improved collision warnings for its Earth observation missions means ESA controllers can now take more efficient evasive action when satellites are threatened by space junk.
Santa Clara University engineering students to control satellites from new mobile lab
(28 October 2014) Santa Clara University’s School of Engineering added a new tool to its program that monitors and controls satellites.
NASA team proposes to use laser to track orbital debris
(27 October 2014) As participation in space exploration grows worldwide, so does the impact of orbital debris — man-made "space junk" that poses significant hazards to live spacecraft and astronauts should they cross paths and collide.
NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP satellite team ward off recent space debris threat
(22 October 2014) Space debris, also known as "space junk," is an ongoing concern for teams managing satellites orbiting Earth, including NOAA-NASA's Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership, or Suomi NPP, satellite.
HTS extends reach in 2014
(30 October 2014) According to Euroconsult's newly released research report, High Throughput Satellites (HTS) continue to proliferate in 2014 in terms of supply additions (+109 Gbps), system investments (nine new orders) and demand take-up (+40 Gbps).
Lockheed Martin opens Commercial Space headquarters
(29 October 2014) Lockheed Martin and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper today celebrated a growing aerospace presence in Colorado by cutting the ribbon for the company's Commercial Space headquarters and announcing an economic incentive program designed to bring jobs to the state.
Products and Services
Virgin Technologies to release new 1U controller
(27 October 2014) Virgin Technologies has created the industry's only vertical axis auto-aiming antenna system -- the VR9L.
Keith Johnson joins SpeedCast as Senior Vice President
(23 October 2014) SpeedCast International today announced that Keith Johnson has joined SpeedCast as senior vice president / GM in charge of Energy services globally.
TrustComm expands sales organization with addition of two senior executives
(21 October 2014) TrustComm has expanded its global sales organization with the addition of two highly experienced industry professionals – Michael Abad-Santos and Joe Apa.