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Russia rejects OneWeb access

Would-be broadband-by-satellite operator OneWeb has suffered a refusal by Russia for permission to beam its signals over Russia. It is quite possible that OneWeb, backed by Japanese media giant SoftBank,…

Inmarsat wins Turkish inflight TV deal

Inmarsat wins Turkish inflight TV deal

Inmarsat has signed an agreement with local inflight connectivity companies Turkish Technic and Havelsan to bring Inmarsat’s inflight broadband and live TV solutions to Turkish Airlines. Ahmet Karaman, Turkish Technic’s…

Panasonic equips Turkish Airlines with IFE live TV

Panasonic Avionics and Turkish Airlines says they are making a major commitment for inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) solutions to be installed on 50 wide-bodied Turkish Airlines aircraft and with…

Avanti issues worrying warning

Just a few days after seeing its latest satellite launched into orbit, and only a few weeks following an announcement over financial restructuring, Avanti Communications says it may not be…

Eutelsat vs ViaSat: Let battle commence!

The surprising announcement that Eutelsat will launch its own consumer-focused ‘broadband’ high-speed satellite, and as a result not proceed with a planned joint-venture with ViaSat, dramatically changes the competitive landscape…

Eutelsat sidesteps ViaSat JV

Eutelsat is ordering up a new broadband satellite from Thales Alenia which is replacing a planned joint-venture with California-based ViaSat. Konnect VHTS (Very High Throughput Satellite) is the new craft.…

Where’s the satellite business for connected cars?

A report from Northern Sky Research (NSR) pointedly asks where is the flow of business that was expected in terms of ‘connected vehicles’. Specifically addressing its study to the prospects…

Japan: 4G, fibre & IPTV drive telco and pay-TV market

Japan: 4G, fibre & IPTV drive telco and pay-TV market

Driven by growth in mobile data, fixed broadband and pay-TV, the total telecom and pay-TV services revenue in Japan is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.2 per cent…

FCC OKs SpaceX satellite broadband

The US Federal Communications Commission has approved an application by SpaceX to provide broadband services using satellite technology in the United States and around the world, a move it says…

UK sets out high-speed broadband USO

High-speed broadband connectivity for the entire UK has moved one step closer following the laying of legislation setting the design of the broadband Universal Service Obligation (USO) Comms regulator Ofcom…

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