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Reza Rasoulian, VP Broadband Satellite Services, sits down for an interview with Satellite Mobility World to discuss the benefits of Hughes In-Flight and the decision to transition to a direct-to-customer model for in-flight connectivity service.
As demand for in-flight connectivity continues to grow, the combination of GEO and LEO satellite solutions can help serve passengers around the world. Reza Rasoulian explores how hybrid solution enables airlines to offer better and more reliable in-flight Wi-Fi, while preserving their investments in current connectivity solutions.
Government agencies have an opportunity to modernize IT infrastructure with expanded connectivity options, including Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites, via the EIS contract vehicle.
Mike Tippets explores the changes and challenges of the previous year along with emerging technology opportunities in the digital signage space.
The JUPITER™ 3 satellite deployed its solar arrays and antennas, passed readiness testing by Maxar Space Systems, and is now undergoing testing with the ground system.
An experienced Managed Services Provider (MSP) can help quick-service and fast-casual restaurants navigate economic challenges with cost savings and resource and revenue optimization.
Low earth orbit (LEO) satellite connectivity offers a cost-effective solution for rural enterprises, and can be efficiently delivered by a managed services provider.
Reza Rasoulian, VP Broadband Satellite Services, discusses passenger and airline demand for better inflight connectivity, the types of satellite technology being used to transform and deliver this, and the benefits for passengers and airlines, now and in the future.