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UPCOMING WEBINAR: DOD Meets Silicon Valley: What it Means for the Satellite Industry
As DOD makes a move into Silicon Valley territory, it could have substantial implications for the satellite industry. Through the rise of SmallSats and other technologies, building satellites that can provide valuable services can be done more rapidly and cost effectively than in the past. The US government is eager to tap into the efficiencies found in Silicon Valley culture. This webinar will explore what needs to be done to make that happen.
Join Via Satellite in this informative session to see how the DOD making moves into Silicon Valley territory could have substantial implications for the satellite industry.
ON DEMAND WEBINARS
Breaking Down the Satellite Silo
Integrating satellite into the core network has been a challenge as satellite operates under its own set of standards and protocols. Today, that’s changing as satellite moves toward the adoption of IP networking standards, open API technologies and virtualization.These advances enable satellite networks to be more easily integrated into the end-to-end network at the access and management layers. And with that, carriers can expand their services while they shift to cloud-based solutions.
Listen to Via Satellite and iDirect in this informative session to see how these advances enable satellite networks to be more easily integrated into the end-to-end network at the access and management layers. And with that, allow carriers to expand their services.
How Does a Webinar Work?
The audio is delivered to your location over the telephone or your computer speakers. The Power-Point presentations are presented over the Internet and are available to print out before the program. This is like a talk-radio program with visuals on the Web. You need Real Player or Windows Media Player installed on your computer. If you do not have either, please follow the instructions below to download and install them. Or if you prefer, a phone for the audio and an Internet connection to let you watch the slides and other information on the Web will suffice. No other downloads or special hardware needed – a dial-up connection will work fine.
For the audio connection:
- A computer with Real Player or Windows Media Player installed. When you log into the Virtual Seminar, your computer will be taken through a brief configuration check and will let you know if you’re missing any software.
- If you do not have Real Player or Windows Media Player, a touch-tone telephone also will work. It works best to use a speakerphone so that others can listen too.
For the Internet connection:
- PC: 166Mhz Pentium-based PC or better
- Operating system: Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, XP <
- Browser: For optimal viewing experience, we recommend using Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher. However, any version of IE 4.0 or higher will work. For Netscape, only versions 4.x are supported at this time.
- Internet connection: 28.8 or faster connection
- Display set at 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600
If you are having any technical difficulties or need assistance meeting these requirements, please contact our Technical Support Center at 1-866-709-8255 or . For content questions regarding the Webinars, contact Janis David +1-301-354-1768 or email firstname.lastname@example.org