While the world speculates on the next great connectivity solution, satellites remain critical to the future of global telecommunications infrastructure.
Solstad Offshore has switched to the Inmarsat Fleet LTE to connect seamlessly using three networks.
The companies to bid for the new licenses include a Vodafone consortium, involving its African partners Safaricom and Vodacom, plus MTN from South Africa.
LEO systems' arrival will benefit underserved users in remote areas by supporting high-speed, low latency broadband service.
This move will be a key foundation stone in the digitalisation efforts of the entire East Africa region.
The Amazonas 5 has an estimated useful life of 15 years and was built on SSL's 1300 satellite platform. This new satellite expands the space capacity of the...
The demonstration was conducted in an MTS test lab over a live network and used Ericsson’s Pico RBS 6402 small cell and a Qualcomm Snapdragon X16 LTE mobile...