As we go to press on this edition of Via Satellite, the industry has been rocked by a major announcement by Intelsat and Intel, which sees the two companies submit a joint proposal in early October that would
The GEO market is an interesting one right now. There has been a distinct lack of satellite orders over the last 12 months and, at the same time, we are entering the era of mega-constellations. Companies such as OneWeb, SpaceX and others are looking to work a more nimble approach and orbit thousands of smaller […]
I was at London Technology Week recently and one of the panels was talking about future leaders in technology and how institutions like Harvard are helping new graduates with their big new ideas in tech. What struck me, and I don’t think I am saying anything new here, is that Millennials (for lack of a […]
It has been an interesting time in the industry with most of us still digesting the huge news of Intelsat getting together with OneWeb, which has really set the tone for the industry this year. One of the
Editor’s note for Via Satellite’s March 2017 issue.
Over the last few years, no company has garnered more industry headlines and commentary than SpaceX. The launch provider, which promises to reinvent a critical part of the satellite market and lower the cost
Editor’s note for the July/August 2016 edition of Via Satellite.
I would like to start off by congratulating Michel de Rosen on behalf of all of the Via Satellite team for becoming our Satellite Executive for the Year for 2015. It is very well deserved and recognition for
Editor’s note for the December 2015 issue of Via Satellite magazine.
Editor’s note for the October/November 2015 issue of Via Satellite magazine.