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Satellite market research company NSR has issued a report claiming that the maritime sector is set to dominate demand for FSS satellite capacity, requiring approximately 160 satellite transponders by 2023.
Iridium Communications today announced the completion of the first five flight Main Mission Antennas (MMAs) for the Iridium NEXT constellation,designed by Thales Alenia Space, which will manage the reception and transmission of data to and from various Iridium customer devices on its next generation network.
Korean manufacturer KNS today announced the launch of its C-Band 2.2m satellite antenna in two variations:  the Z Series for regular communications and internet access and the S Series TVRO system.
exactEarth today announced the release of exactAIS Density Maps, enabling customers to view the density of ship AIS messages produced by its exactAIS service.
The Guyana Space Centre confirms that O3b successfully launched four satellites yesterday on a Soyuz launch vehicle, completing its initial eight-strong constellation designed to improve satellite connectivity in emerging markets.
MTN Communications today announced that it has won a contract that more than doubles the number of Technip vessels it supplies with broadband connectivity.
Iridium says it is moving closer to being recognised as a provider of mobile satellite communications for the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) after its application was approved by the IMO's Sub-Committee on Navigation, Communications and Search and Rescue (NCSR).
Iridium today announced that it is moving forward with the launch preparations for its NEXT constellation after the launch equipment completed a series of successful tests.
Telemar has announced that it will provide FleetBroadband services to Asiatic Lloyd, a container shipping line based in Singapore.
Inmarsat has selected SpaceX, the Californian developer of the Falcon rockets, to provide launch services for a new S-band satellite and “up to two further Inmarsat missions”, though this will not include flights 2 and 3 in its Global Xpress programme.
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