Herndon, Virginia, April 17, 2018 — iDirect Government (iDirectGov), a leading provider of satellite communications to the military and government, today unveiled their most powerful
From Marine MEC Partners, distributors and integrators of Cobham Satcom VSAT have provided broadband solutions to various vessel types using Sailor hardware. VSAT providers and
Marlink has added a new satellite to its global multi-band Sealink network, significantly expanding its footprint in the Indian Ocean Region.
From Via Satellite The satellite industry is in the midst of a major renaissance, overcoming market barriers that have existed for decades and finding new
From Sat Magazine Satellite ground segment products are evolving at an exceptional pace, tracking the innovations in space systems that have been introduced with High Throughput
Avanti HYLAS-4 satellite has arrived safely in French Guiana for Arianespace Launch in March 2018. The spacecraft was built by Orbital ATK.
Marlink customers using the popular Sealink Allowances maritime VSAT service plans can now enjoy without any extra-charge a burst rate, or Maximum Information Rate (MIR), up to 6 Mbps. Providing even faster connectivity and more bandwidth for business operations and crew onboard when network capacity is available.
From Marlink Marlink provides temporary VSAT boost with 280Mbps more throughput than existing cruise ship bandwidth record. Marlink has provided more than half a gigabit per
From Satnews Inmarsat and Cobham SATCOM have announced that SB-Safety (SB-S) has entered service evaluation on the first United Airlines Boeing B767 aircraft. The important
We recently sat down with longtime iDirect partner IP Access International to discuss their role in the satellite world. Bryan Hill, CEO of IP Access
From Via Satellite Inmarsat is one of the biggest investors in new satellites and new capability. Thanks to a rising profile in mobility markets, Inmarsat
From Kymeta Washington-based company drives connected car coast-to-coast on record-making 7,000-mile journey Redmond-based Kymeta—the communications company making good on the promise of global mobile connectivity—set