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Two telecom luminaries have won the Nobel Prize for Economics for their work on auctions for a variety of difficult products, including spectrum. Auctioning spectrum was a brilliant solution and far more.
Panelists at APSCC discuss the industry impact of flexible satellites Flexible satellites, also referred to as flexible payload satellites, are a hot topic – though not necessarily a new topic in the.
There are roughly 7.6 billion people in the world, with nearly 4 billion of them connected to the Internet. That adds up to a vast digital divide that leaves 3.6 billion people.
“As this unprecedented crisis has shown, connectivity is a public good,” wrote Makhtar Diop, vice president at The World Bank, in April 2020. Every day, we see the many ways connectivity serves.