NewSat teleport at Perth
Chris Quilty. Credit: Raymond James and Associates
Cruiseship at port
Quantum of the Seas offers passengers O3b-delivered satellite broadband. Credit: Royal Caribbean video grab
Demonstrating a penchant for staying ahead of a curve that may or may not exist, some  Wall Street analysts take it as a given that Google, Facebook, SpaceX, OneWeb and others  will raise the billions of dollars of infrastructure costs, clear regulatory hurdles and bring platforms into service before the end of the decade. Credit: SpaceNews graphic
Boeing will build four more 702MP satellites for Intelsat's new high-performance satellite fleet, Intelsat EpicNG.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory mission on Feb. 12 from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Credit: SpaceX
Globalstar executives at the New York Stock Exchange. Credit: Globalstar
Intelsat's deal with Azercosmos is the latest joint development allowing two ostensibly competing fleet operators to join forces to reduce the capital expenditure required to inaugurate or maintain a presence at a given orbital locale. Credit: Azercosmos
SES-16 Govsat
Eutelsat Chief Executive Michel de Rosen. Credit: Eutelsat
Outside ViaSat Inc.'s Carlsbad, California headquarters. Credit: ViaSat video grab
Jabiru-1 NewSat
Teledesic constellation
Avanti Communications aims to deploy a network of four Hylas satellites to provide broadband coverage over Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Credit: SpaceNews graphic by Brian Berger
“Global connectivity, with no compromises on coverage, latency and connectivity is becoming more and more critical in the industries we serve. This partnership will ensure Appareo solutions serve our current and future customers with the furthest reaching technology,” Jeff Johnson, Appareo’s vice president of business development, said. Credit: WGBH Educational Foundation

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