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Third time success for Intelsat 35e launch

Two aborted launch attempts are bound to raise heart-rates and blood pressure, but SpaceX successfully sent a giant Intelsat (I-35e) satellite on its way to orbit at its third launch…

5G service revenues to reach $270bn by 2025

A report from Juniper Research has found that 5G operator-billed service revenues will reach $269 billion by 2025, rising from $851 million in 2019 – achieving 161 per cent CAGR…

FCC grants OneWeb US market access

FCC grants OneWeb US market access

The Federal Communications Commission has approved a request by WorldVu Satellites Limited, which does business as OneWeb, to access the United States satellite market. The action paves the way for…

Satellite push for 5G

The European Space Agency (ESA), along with most of the world’s leading satellite operators, is backing the use of 5G technology for media and entertainment, as well as carriage of…

Deutsche Telekom: €2bn European 5G investment

Deutsche Telekom has indicated that an overall total of between €300 and €500 billion will be invested in deploying 5G in Europe. The 5G PPP is leading 5G research in…

Sky Vision selects CPI’s satellite antennas

SkyVision, a global satellite communications service provider, has selected Communications & Power Industries (CPI) to provide telemetry, tracking and command (TT&C) antenna systems for use with the GiSat-1 Ka-band satellite…

Telenor, SES provide broadband to Silversea cruise ships

Telenor Maritime has signed a multi-year agreement to provide high-speed broadband access to Silversea’s luxurious cruise ships via SES Networks’ Maritime+ solution. Telenor Maritime will be using SES Networks’ fully-managed…

Gogo gets China approval

Airline In-Flight connectivity supplier Gogo has received regulatory approval to operate over China. The agreement means that Gogo-equipped aircraft can now supply Wi-Fi services to flights entering or passing over…

4G subs in Africa to reach 296m by 2022

Research conducted by Dataxis highlights the steady rise of mobile internet connectivity in Africa. 4G mobile subscribers are expected to reach 296 million by 2022 compared to 24 million for…

Ericsson: 1m new Mobile Internet users per day

Ericsson foresees continued rapid growth of mobile connectivity as global mobile data traffic increases to eight times its current level by 2022. This traffic is the equivalent of: The population…