April 2016 Edition
Maritime, Airborne, Oil & Gas, Mining, Construction, Utilities and more...
Product Focus: High Power BUC Technology... Keeping Up With The Latest Technology Demands, By Gerard Charpentier, Vice President, Business Development, CPI Satcom Products
Solid State Power Block Upconverters (SSPBs or High Power BUCs) have long been a mainstay technology for maritime ship-to-shore satellite communications systems.
NSR Analysis—The Great Polar Broadband Leap, By Alan Crisp, NSR, Hong Kong
Polar markets have traditionally been an afterthought of a region for broadband access.
The Challenges Of Satellite Communication @ Sea, By Stav Gizunterman, Head of Product Marketing, and Guy Naym, Communication Solutions Expert, ORBIT Communication Systems Ltd.
Satellite communications have earned their rightful place in the arsenal of communication solutions for a truly connected world and are often the only viable solution for remote areas.
Executive Spotlight: Jaime Dickinson, President NewCom International, A SpeedCast Group Company
At NewCom, we believe that education is the key to advancing a country—both in terms of improving quality of life and driving innovation and economic growth.
Product Focus: Advanced GaN Based SSPA Technology For Airborne Applications, By Cristi Damian, M.E.E. Engineering Vice President, Business Development, Advantech Wireless
One of the most interesting SATCOM applications today appears to be in the field of providing Internet access onboard commercial airplanes.
Cloud VNOs: The Rising Stars Of Your Satellite Network, By Ezra Olman, Content Marketing Manager, Gilat Satellite Networks
We all know that the introduction of networks based on multi-spot beam satellites has reduced bandwidth costs.
Executive Spotlight: Curt Blake, President, Spaceflight Inc., On Ridesharing
Mr. Blake has overseen Spaceflight Services’ first four commercial rideshare launches, on the Antares, Soyuz and Dnepr vehicles, from sales to mission management to launch.
A Thuraya Insight:, 25 Years Of Solar Success For The University of Michigan
The University of Michigan (UoM) solar car team began racing in 1990, winning the inaugural American Solar Challenge with its first car, Sunrunner.
Insights: Space—A Buyer’s Market, By Alix Partners’ Analysts
The space industry is—without question—one of the hottest sectors of the overall aerospace and defense (A&D) industry. This sector’s current transformation is being marked by dramatic and potentially disruptive shifts, as suppliers aim for industrialized production levels while dealing with a heady mix of innovative new customers and competitors.