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Bansat Colombia Offer Satelite Broadband In Rural And Remote Areas Of The Country
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Bansat Colombia, dedicated to the implementation of Ka Band satellite solutions oriented to integrate the needs of access to high-speed satellite Internet in Latin America, announced the opening of its operation in Colombia and has launched a new satelite broadband internet for rural and remote sites in the country seeking to reduce the the urban-rural […]

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Telefonica Chile Launches Satellite Broadband for Rural Areas
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Telefonica Chile, the leading telecommunications company in the country, has launched its new satellite broadband service for rural areas where it invested $ 250 million, according to a statement released by the company. As part of the first initiative of its kind in Latin America, Movistar has launched its new Satellite Broadband service, offering quality […]

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Hispasat Offers Satellite Wireless Broadband in Trains Across Half of the Europe
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The satellite communications operator, Hispasat has installed a communication system that allows satellite wireless broadband connectivity on nearly 70 trains from Italy, France and Belgium. Basically this system could be adapted to allow uninterrupted talk on the phone, making video calls and watch television live and in HD. An antenna only 75 inches installed on […]

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SES Broadband Services Will Provide High-Speed Connectivity to German Communities
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SES announced that it has signed an agreements to provide its satellite broadband “ASTRA Connect for Communities” to 15 German municipalities in various regions of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. The communities that have engaged with the “ASTRA Connect for Communities” service (which include Steesow, Behren-Lubchin, Luhburg, Bollewick, Lubs, Bartelshagen II, Fuhlendorf and Saal) have received subsidies (a combination […]

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Ofcom Boosts Satellite Broadband For Planes, Ships And Trains
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Passengers travelling by air, rail or sea could soon have access to reliable, superfast mobile broadband now that Ofcom has freed up more satellite bandwidth. Under Ofcom’s licensing changes, travel operators will be able to make use of improved satellite tech to provide faster connections to passengers. According to Ofcom, the passengers will be able […]

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