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Ergen links with Hispasat over Mexico

Ergen links with Hispasat over Mexico

Charlie Ergen’s DISH Network has joined Hispasat to bring a broadband-by-satellite service to Mexico. The service, called ‘ON’ is designed to bring the Internet to areas with poor or no…

CBA promises new US-built satellites

CBA promises new US-built satellites

The C-Band Alliance (CBA), which is looking to restructure a total of 200 MHz of its frequencies over the US for 5G use, says that its members will invest in…

The Switch, Eutelsat network partnership

The Switch, Eutelsat network partnership

Global video solutions service provider The Switch and satellite operator Eutelsat are joining forces to provide a new, independent offer delivering what they suggest is an “unparalleled” satellite and fibre…

OneWeb could save $1bn+ by trimming satellites

The OneWeb ‘mega-constellation’ of low orbiting broadband satellites, originally planned to be around 900 in total, will now initially be around 600, says founder and Executive chairman Greg Wyler, and…

ISRO claims total success for GSAT-11

India’s Space Research Organisation (ISRO) says its massive and heaviest-ever GSAT-11 satellite has arrived at its geostationary orbit (at 36,000 kms) and with its all-important solar panels and reflectors correctly…

CBA assures smaller US C-band telcos in the US 

The C-Band Alliance (CBA) says it is happy to assure its smaller regional and rural clients (that is, non-Tier 1 carriers) that capacity for their efforts to support rural broadband…

AT&T “No more satellites” hurts SES+Eutelsat

Europe’s two satellite giants SES and Eutelsat have not enjoyed the best of times on the stock market these past few trading days. Their prospects have not been helped by…

Boeing declines $200m Chinese satellite order

Boeing says it has cancelled an order from China for a geostationary satellite (a HS-702 version). Boeing blames “default for non-payment” according to reports. However, other reports say that the…

CBA: “Extraordinarily pleased” with responses

CBA: “Extraordinarily pleased” with responses

The C-Band Alliance (CBA), which supports the reallocation of some of its members’ frequencies over the US, says it is “extraordinarily pleased with the level of support shown for the…

Adopt C-V2X for ‘smart vehicle’ connectivity urges NGMN Alliance

The Next Generation Mobile Networks Alliance (NGMN) has written to the European Commission’s President Jean-Claude Junker (and its various Directorate Commissioners responsible) to speedily adopt the Cellular-V2X technology in place…

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