By Semir Hassanaly, Head of Cellular Backhaul and Trunking, ST Engineering iDirect In our digital world, it is increasingly evident that internet and voice services
The market for satellite-based cellular backhaul is opening up in ways that we haven’t yet seen before. This is happening for a variety of different
By Semir Hassanaly, Head of Cellular Backhaul & Trunking Yesterday I had the pleasure of co-hosting a webinar with Jeffery Hill from Via Satellite on
From Satellite Evolution EMEA Cellular backhaul is making huge strides right now with the promise of supporting the 5G advancement and helping bridge the digital
Demand, pricing and technology are all aligning, making it an ideal time to expand into new markets with the help of satellite backhaul. Several of
As more people in more places connect for work, entertainment, social communication, and education, they’re increasingly using mobile phones, tablets, and other easy-to-carry devices. In
When it comes to backhaul solutions, mobile network operators are looking for efficiency, performance, flexibility and scalability. They want a reliable service to easily extend
By Lluc Palerm, NSR Senior Analyst For a long time, satellite backhaul was a limited application, primarily serving rural areas through government programs. Today however,
As COVID-19 forces people to live, work, learn, and socialize from home, the world has seen a sustained spike in Wi-Fi, terrestrial and mobile activity.
In today’s technology advanced world, connectivity is no longer a luxury – users expect to be able to stay connected and share every moment, wherever
Communications during disaster response efforts is critical. It allows first responders to share information about hard-hit areas and helps residents check in with loved ones.
On Monday, 9 September, the ST Engineering iDirect Africa sales team held a Defence Technology Day at the rustic Diep in die Berg Conference Centre,