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Singapore’s Singtel Partners With KVH Industries To Provide Satellite Maritime Connectivity

Singtel, Singapore’s leading telecommunications provider, has teamed up with KVH Industries to provide satellite-based broadband maritime connectivity for shipping and the maritime sector across the Asia-Pacific region. This partnership will utilize KVH’s mini-VSAT BroadbandSM satellite connectivity, and Singtel will provide its maritime customers with KVH’s product and service offerings, including …

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Israel’s Gilat To Support Gazprom In Satellite Broadband Provision On Yamal 601 Ka-Band Satellite

Gazprom Space Systems, a Russian international satellite operator, and Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd., the Israeli satellite networking technology, solutions, and services company, signed a contract with an estimated value of U.S.$18 million, to provide broadband connectivity across Russia. Gilat will deliver its multiservice platform and user terminals to operate over …

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Australia’s New South Wales Sends New Space Startups To AusTrade Landing Pad In United States

Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) is engaging in the emerging competition among other states such as South Australia to establish itself as Australia’s leading New Space hub by funding seven NSW space startups to attend the AusTrade Landing Pad last week. AusTrade Landing Pad, which was held in San Francisco, offered …

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Thailand and China Discuss Possible Joint Development And Manufacture Of Satellites As Part Of EEC-BRI Deal

Thai and Chinese officials have agreed to mutual trade and investments in a number of sectors – to include satellite manufacturing and applications – across and between Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) and the Chinese-led Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The agreement ambitiously aims to increase Thai-Chinese trade from U.S.$73 …

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Australia’s Sky And Space Global Receives Frost & Sullivan Award As Best Global Nanosatellite Company

Sky and Space Global (SAS), the New Space narrowband satellite communications company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, has been awarded a Company of the Year award by Frost & Sullivan as the best global nanosatellite company of the year. Previous winners of Frost & Sullivan’s Company of the Year awards …

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New Zealand’s Eagle Technology Partners With HawkEye 360 For Space-Based Geolocation Solutions

New Zealand has become a strategic partner of U.S. space-based geolocation company HawkEye 360, enabling the country to access the company’s geoanalytical capabilities for maritime domain awareness, border security, and asset protection. Eagle Technology, a New Zealand-based company, will be the strategic partner for New Zealand, bringing HawkEye 360’s radio …

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Greek and French Space Agencies Agree To Space Cooperation

The French national space agency, the Centre national d’études spatiales (CNES), signed a cooperation agreement with the Hellenic Space Agency (HAS), the national space agency of Greece, that covers scientific exchanges and national and international space collaboration. The agreement, signed 2 August 2018 in Athens, focuses on collaboration in space …

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Israel’s Satcom Systems Ltd. Receives Buyout Offer From Liquid Telecom

African telecommunications company Liquid Telecom has made a U.S.$8 million bid to acquire Israeli company Satcom Systems Ltd., a subsidiary of the troubled Eurocom Group, and a sister company of Spacecom, the Israeli satellite communications company that operates the AMOS fleet. According to a report published on Calcalistech.com, the bid …

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Inmarsat And Australia’s Auxilium Partner To Provide Industrial Internet of Things Solutions

Inmarsat, the UK-based global satellite communications company, is partnering with Auxilium, an Australian mining company, for the provision of Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) and communications solutions to the mining sector. In this formal partnership, Auxilium will deploy satellite connectivity from Inmarsat in its IIoT solutions to ensure that mining …

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Turkey’s 100-Day Space Plan Undermined By Collapse Of Lira And Erdogan’s Defiance

Amidst a worsening economic crisis, largely self-inflicted by the unorthodox economic policies of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and deteriorating relations with its longstanding ally the United States, Turkey has rolled out a 100-day action plan to initiate its space ambitions. The 100-day action plan has been prepared by the Turkish …

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