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Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 6/7/2022
Hughes Network Systems is teaming with a handful of partners to bring satellite broadband connectivity to more than 7,200 sites in rural, underserved parts of Mexico.
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Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 6/1/2022
A delay on the first of three new high-capacity satellites poised to provide global coverage will briefly push out Viasat's plan to add critical capacity to its residential satellite broadband service.
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Ken Wieland, contributing editor, 5/30/2022
National telecoms regulator awards VAS license to Elon Musk's LEO satellite broadband company.
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Matshepo Sehloho, Associate Editor, Connecting Africa , 5/26/2022
New gateway will extend satellite coverage to Senegal as well as its West African neighbors of Guinea, Sierra Leone, Guinea Bissau, Gambia and Liberia.
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Anne Morris, Contributing Editor, Light Reading, 4/7/2022
Conseil d'État revokes Arcep's 2021 decision to grant frequencies to Elon Musk's Starlink.
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Nicole Ferraro, Editor, Broadband World News, 4/6/2022
Amazon progressed in its effort to join the satellite broadband club with news that it has inked deals with three rocket companies for up to 83 Project Kuiper launches over five years.
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Ken Wieland, contributing editor, 4/5/2022
Using Elon Musk's satellite constellation as a transport network, the operator said it restored 2G/4G services in Irpin and Romanivka.
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Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 3/24/2022
Meanwhile, Starlink, which has supplied 'thousands' of satellite broadband kits to Ukraine, is raising prices on hardware due to surging inflation.
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Robert Clark, , 3/23/2022
The Australian federal government says it will tip a further A$480 million into the national broadband project, with NBN Co. adding another A$270 million.
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Heather Gate, Vice President, Digital Inclusion, Connected Nation and CN Texas, , 5/6/2021
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