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Eutelsat Selects Thales Alenia Space to Build a New Flexible Software-Defined Satellite

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Thursday, December 1, 2022

Eutelsat Communications (Euronext Paris: ETL) (Paris:ETL) has selected Thales Alenia Space (Thales 67 % and Leonardo 33 %) to build a next-generation highly flexible, software-defined satellite (SDS).

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  • Eutelsat Communications (Euronext Paris: ETL) (Paris:ETL) has selected Thales Alenia Space (Thales 67 % and Leonardo 33 %) to build a next-generation highly flexible, software-defined satellite (SDS).
  • By ordering the first Software Defined Satellite of its fleet based on Space Inspire product line, Eutelsat has once again expressed its confidence in Thales Alenia Space, extending a long partnership recently marked by the launches of EUTELSAT KONNECT VHTS in September and of EUTELSAT 10B last week, commented Herv Derrey, CEO of Thales Alenia Space.
  • The Flexsat is the 6th satellite based on Space Inspire product line and the 6th telecommunication satellite contract awarded to Thales Alenia Space this year.
  • Thales Alenia Space sees space as a new horizon, helping to build a better, more sustainable life on Earth.

HCI Energy's Hybrid Power Shelter™ Maintains Broadband Service During Remnants of Alaska Typhoon Merbok

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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Just weeks before the storm, Alaska Tribal Broadband had installed a turnkey Hybrid Power Shelter from Kansas City-based HCI Energy.

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  • Just weeks before the storm, Alaska Tribal Broadband had installed a turnkey Hybrid Power Shelter from Kansas City-based HCI Energy.
  • The hybrid shelter houses the broadband company's satellite telecommunications and electronics equipment combined with HCI's Zero-glitch Power Module (ZPM) power backup system.
  • "During the storm, power was down, but thankfully HCI's integrated Hybrid Power Shelter was able to power the communications equipment for four days and could have kept running for several weeks," commented Harold Johnston, Founder and President of Alaska Tribal Broadband.
  • Alaska Tribal Broadband, a native-owned non-profit Alaska Corporation, is establishing affordable and reliable broadband services in Alaska's remotest locations.

Rivada Space Networks Joins the Global Satellite Operators Association to help shape the future of communications for Government & Enterprise

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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Through GSOA, the satellite sector is working to respond to requirements for a better data-driven society.

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  • Through GSOA, the satellite sector is working to respond to requirements for a better data-driven society.
  • "On behalf of GSOA and its members, I am delighted to welcome Rivada Space Networks as our newest Associate Member," said Aarti Holla-Maini, GSOA Secretary General.
  • Rivada Space Networks GmbH is a disruptive new company set to establish and operate the first truly global low latency point-to-point connectivity network of LEO satellites.
  • Rivada Space Networks is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rivada Networks, Inc. www.rivadaspace.com
    GSOA is the only CEO-driven satellite industry association.

Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Satellites Global Market Report 2022: Featuring Northrop Grumman, Kepler Communications, SpaceX, Boeing & More - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Thursday, November 17, 2022

The "Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Satellites Global Market Report 2022, By Type, Sub-System, Application, End-User" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

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  • The "Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Satellites Global Market Report 2022, By Type, Sub-System, Application, End-User" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
  • The increasing adoption of low earth orbit satellites in various sectors is expected to increase the growth of the low earth orbit (LEO) satellites market growth in the forecast period.
  • Thus, the rising adoption of low earth orbit satellites in agriculture will enhance the growth of the low earth orbit satellites market.
  • The launch of advanced low earth orbit satellites is gaining significant popularity in the low earth orbit satellites market.

Signing of the Final Agreement Relating to the Combination Between Eutelsat and OneWeb

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Tuesday, November 15, 2022

Consequently, Eutelsat and the main shareholders of OneWeb (Bharti, the UK Government, Softbank and Hanwha) signed on November 14th the final combination agreement.

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  • Consequently, Eutelsat and the main shareholders of OneWeb (Bharti, the UK Government, Softbank and Hanwha) signed on November 14th the final combination agreement.
  • Completion of the transaction remains subject to the customary conditions precedent, in particular the approval by the relevant regulatory authorities.
  • This possible change from the initially announced timetable should have no significant impact on the combined entity's financial outlook released in connection with the proposed combination.
  • There can be no assurance that the proposed combination between Eutelsat Communications and OneWeb will be consummated or that the anticipated benefits will be realised.

Satellite Communications Services Market to Reach US$141 Billion by 2030

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Wednesday, November 16, 2022

"Satellite communications services have seen a new wave of enthusiasm and convergence with terrestrial networks looking to extend past their zones of coverage and bridge the digital divide," explains Andrew Cavalier, Satellite Communications Industry Analyst at ABI Research.

Key Points: 
  • "Satellite communications services have seen a new wave of enthusiasm and convergence with terrestrial networks looking to extend past their zones of coverage and bridge the digital divide," explains Andrew Cavalier, Satellite Communications Industry Analyst at ABI Research.
  • Market developments have shown that satellite services like IoT, backhaul, commercial broadband, and Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) can meet carrier-grade performance requirements and enhance the telecom arsenal of any terrestrial CSP.
  • With over 70 satellite service providers currently providing services worldwide, some of the most influential players in the growing satellite communications services space include OneWeb , SpaceX , Hughes Network Systems , and Globalstar .
  • To reflect these developments, ABI Research anticipates that these essential satellite services, in aggregate, will reach over 53 million subscribers by 2030.

Satellite Communications Services Market to Reach US$141 Billion by 2030

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Wednesday, November 16, 2022

"Satellite communications services have seen a new wave of enthusiasm and convergence with terrestrial networks looking to extend past their zones of coverage and bridge the digital divide," explains Andrew Cavalier, Satellite Communications Industry Analyst at ABI Research.

Key Points: 
  • "Satellite communications services have seen a new wave of enthusiasm and convergence with terrestrial networks looking to extend past their zones of coverage and bridge the digital divide," explains Andrew Cavalier, Satellite Communications Industry Analyst at ABI Research.
  • Market developments have shown that satellite services like IoT, backhaul, commercial broadband, and Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) can meet carrier-grade performance requirements and enhance the telecom arsenal of any terrestrial CSP.
  • With over 70 satellite service providers currently providing services worldwide, some of the most influential players in the growing satellite communications services space include OneWeb , SpaceX , Hughes Network Systems , and Globalstar .
  • To reflect these developments, ABI Research anticipates that these essential satellite services, in aggregate, will reach over 53 million subscribers by 2030.

More than two-thirds of Western business leaders view Kazakhstan as an increasingly attractive investment destination due to political reforms

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Wednesday, November 16, 2022

LONDON, Nov. 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Two-thirds of Western business leaders believe constitutional reforms recently implemented by the President of Kazakhstan have made the country a more attractive investment opportunity, a new YouGov survey has revealed.

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  • Some 69% of European and US business leaders said the reforms were positive for the country, which sits at a strategic economic crossroads at the heart of Eurasia.
  • British and German business leaders were more positive about the benefits of the reform programme than their US counterparts.
  • Europe is Kazakhstan's biggest trading partner, and there are more than 4,000 companies with European connections currently operating in Kazakhstan.
  • That belief was strongest among US business leaders, where 72% perceived the Kazakh president as focused on human rights.

Fixed Wireless Access Equipment Spend to Exceed $25 B Over the Next Five Years, According to Dell'Oro Group

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Tuesday, November 8, 2022

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Nov. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Dell'Oro Group, the trusted source for market information about the telecommunications, security, networks, and data center industries, announced today the launch of its new Fixed Wireless Access Infrastructure and CPE advanced research report (ARR). Preliminary findings suggest total Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) revenues, including both RAN equipment and CPE revenue remain on track to advance 35 percent in 2022, driven largely by subscriber growth in North America.

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  • "Fixed Wireless Access has become a key component to bridging the digital divide and connecting rural and underserved markets globally,"said Jeff Heynen, Vice President and analyst with the Dell'Oro Group.
  • "What we are also seeing is that FWA can effectively compete with existing fixed broadband technologies, especially with the advent of 5G and other higher-throughput, non-3GPP technologies," added Heynen.
  • Additional highlights from the Fixed Wireless Access Infrastructure and CPE Advanced Research Report:
    Global FWA revenues are projected to surpass $5 B by 2026, reflecting sustained investment and subscriber growth in both 3GPP- and non-3GPP-based network deployments.
  • Dell'Oro Group is a market research firm that specializes in strategic competitive analysis in the telecommunications, security, networks, and data center markets.

DataOps.live Fall '22 Release Delivers 'No-Fear' Enterprise Data Engineering and Data Product Development at Scale

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Thursday, November 3, 2022

"No-Fear Enterprise Data Engineering at Scale means enabling Data Product developers to build faster, handling more data domains at the same time, building larger and more sophisticated Data Products at the same time, while data engineers remain 100% in control," says Thomas Steinborn, VP of Products.

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  • "No-Fear Enterprise Data Engineering at Scale means enabling Data Product developers to build faster, handling more data domains at the same time, building larger and more sophisticated Data Products at the same time, while data engineers remain 100% in control," says Thomas Steinborn, VP of Products.
  • This is the final step in enabling Data Product developers to be as efficient and productive as software developers.
  • DataOps.live introduces full "Data Product" objects Dataops.live now supports Data Product objects as code, bringing a more natural, streamlined experience to Data Product creation and management.Data Product owners can organize projects by Data Product and dataset; data engineers can find the one table they need among thousandsand have fewer merge conflicts; new developers have a faster learning curve; and Data Product stakeholders can have their Data Product refreshed in their data catalogs in seconds.
  • These powerful new capabilities enable clients to dramatically decrease the time to value and accelerate release productivity for Data Products and Data Applications.