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Satnews: Viasat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT) has removed internet speed limits delivered to the aircraft across all of its business aviation Ka-band service plans.
SpaceNews: Establishing an international long-term sustainable lunar presence in partnership with the private sector remains the core focus in space exploration.
Le Figaro: La start-up toulousaine Anyways, spécialisée dans la fabrication d’antennes pour petits satellites, a conclu un partenariat avec Syrlinks pour profiter de la force de frappe commerciale de cette société bretonne d’équipements spatiaux, ont annoncé jeudi les deux entreprises.
Via Satellite: Maritime broadband connectivity has been a growth story for the satellite industry in the last decade. This was largely built on the increasing value proposition of Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) solutions.
MSUA: The Covid-19 crisis has forced billions of citizens throughout the globe to experience a lockdown situation. This has highlighted our constant need to be connected. This need for broadband links is not only for leisure or welfare purposes but also to maintain a business continuity. It has proven to be true at sea as it is on the ground.
Via Satellite:Commercial satellite operators are experiencing significant changes that are part of a shift from a legacy Geostationary (GEO) communications satellite broadcasting business to more data-centric use cases.
Via Satellite DIGITAL: Since its beginnings, the Chinese space industry has been largely dominated by major state-owned enterprises (SOEs), namely China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) and to a lesser extent, China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC).
SpaceQ: The Canadian Space Agency has awarded a contract to Euroconsult for the Business Case and Value Proposition Analysis to Identify Possible Canadian Contributions to Future International Lunar Exploration Initiatives.
Connectivity Business: Significant flaws in UK R&D arrangements for the satellite sector are undermining the country’s competitiveness in a global market Euroconsult analysts believe will be worth about US$485bn by 2028, British accountancy firm Moore Kingston Smith has warned.
Le Figaro: Bercy a retoqué un projet porté par le ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur et de la Recherche.