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Connecting cell phones to satellite networks is a major step toward making ubiquitous connectivity a reality. The operations of these new networks are just beginning and the roll-out of services will be gradual but, in the very near term, availability will be widespread.

Jennifer Manner for Satellite Evolution Global
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Vaibhav Magow discusses how the satellite industry will play a significant role in 2024 in enabling internet access for individuals, communities and businesses in more underserved regions, such as Africa.

Paula Gilbert for Connecting Africa
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As the restaurant industry continues to rebound from the pandemic, enticing consumers with convenience, ordering ease and speed has become an indispensable recovery strategy.

Carl Udler for Franchising World
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Rural America is getting more connectivity options, and in the years to come robust internet will be available to most rural businesses and residents at a competitive price.

Mark Wymer for Newsweek
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Giant JUPITER 3 broadband satellite is performing as expected with early customers getting download speeds of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps).

Jason Rainbow for SpaceNews
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The deal combines DISH Network’s satellite technology, streaming services, and nationwide 5G network with EchoStar’s satellite communications solutions.

Rachel Jewett for Via Satellite
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In the year 2024, the satellite industry will have a crucial role in facilitating internet access for individuals, communities, and businesses in the MENA region.

Vaibhav Magow for BroadcastPro Middle East
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New JUPITER™ 3 satellite to fuel the launch of faster (and uncapped) satellite broadband speed plans that deliver up to 100 Mbit/s downstream.

Jeff Baumgartner for Light Reading