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December 8 at 2:00 PM ET
Making Cybersecurity A Reality for Proliferated Space – Building A Common Trusted Core
Presented by L3Harris
The US Government is implementing a strategy to build resilience for contested space operations with proliferated constellations. These constellations provide unique challenges to satellite developers who need to provide secure communication solutions that are resistant to current and future cyber-attacks.
L3Harris is developing a novel approach to providing cybersecurity to proliferated space with a Common Trusted Core of modular/scalable capabilities. These capabilities will protect classified, multi-domain operations for dominance in a contested space environment at an affordable price point and faster than traditional approaches. Join us to learn how L3Harris will make cybersecurity a reality.
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Much more than buzzwords, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are driving significant advances in operations across consumer, enterprise and government networks and across satellite and terrestrial transports. To support increasingly complex networks with accelerating volumes of data, AI and ML are helping to shorten triage time for help-desk incidents, proactively detecting anomalies, and automatically recommending remediations. As the communications industry evolves, these techniques will feature more prominently—not only in the cloud but also at the network edge, where individual sites are most vulnerable.
Join Hughes leaders for this webinar to learn how the company applies AI and ML techniques to optimize networks and enhance the customer experience as well as a vision for what’s next for the satellite industry with these cutting-edge technologies.
The new low Earth orbit (LEO) constellations are creating big interest from potential users. High data rate combined with low latency, the ability to cover areas with no communication infrastructure, Earth Observation and Imaging capabilities, as well as the promise of single hop to anywhere secure links are definitely major advantages, and disruptive technologies.
Join Advantech Wireless Technologies, Kepler Communications, UHP Networks and the SSPI to learn more about the Challenges and Opportunities for the new LEO Constellations, the impact on traditional GEO teleports architecture, and how will the LEO teleports be different.
The satellite communications industry stands at the threshold of a major transformation, as new frequency bands open and new lower-orbiting satellite constellations are populated over the next few years. The impact will be felt across all market segments: aeronautical, maritime, land-mobile … [more information]
On a beautiful summer day in the Tennessee countryside, a foreboding Black Hawk helicopter lifted off from a regional airfield to surveil the local landscape. Equipped with a high-definition video camera, the Black Hawk was on a mission: to send real-time, HD video as it buzzed across the… [more information]
Changing the Landscape of Satellite Cellular Backhaul: Reach Every Opportunity
The expectations placed upon mobile network operators have never been higher, and the competition has never been so fierce. There’s a massive opportunity to expand mobile networks. The market for remote and rural coverage is growing exponentially. And satellite connectivity is more critical than… [more information]
The emergence of massive satellite constellations helps the space domain find its place in the 5G race, but this new paradigm raises new issues in terms of cybersecurity practices. Although all the lessons learned from protecting terrestrial IP networks will apply, there are some challenges unique… [more information]
Satellite technology plays an important role in reaching the 5G goal of ubiquitous connectivity. Yet crossing the terrestrial-space frontier, where terrestrial- and space-based alternatives play together to ensure continuous service availability, doesn’t come without business and technological… [more information]
How will the technology world look like based on Industry 4.0 Pattern by 2023 – 2025? Industry 4.0 as the fourth-industrial revolution fundamentals has defined the roadmap to digitization, Smart factories and Smart cities a while ago, the COVID-19 situation proved it correct perfectly. Everyday… [more information]
While more than half of the world’s population now has access to the Internet, billions of people still lack basic connectivity. As 5G deployments start to get underway in urban areas, the pervasive “digital divide” only grows wider. Reducing and ultimately eliminating this chasm is a social and economic… [more information]
Transport Virtualization is a necessary, revolutionary next step in wireless communications that will enable users to achieve significant gains in network user interoperability, application and capacity efficiency and general connectivity resiliency. Benefiting from technology advances specifically… [more information]
As operators and governments around the world seek solutions to connect the unconnected, mobile connectivity emerges as the primary opportunity to bridge the digital divide. In fact, worldwide mobile traffic is up 222% in the last five years, representing more than 50% of the global internet traffic… [more information]
As cloud services become more critical, enterprises and government agencies are creating agile, scalable networks to enable the whole organisation to benefit from the cloud. Doing so, however, requires cloud-optimised network services deployed to every site, including to those in under-served and remote areas, where the current generation of satellite services falls short of delivering cloud-grade performance. What, exactly, are those requirements? How does the space industry help bridge the gap and accelerate cloud adoption for the whole enterprise, or for the entire public sector operation?
Capture of Save CapEx & Shift to OpEx with SatCloud Managed Services
Cloud-based teleport services with Bandwidth on Demand and Dynamic SCPC Orchestration, all under a complete OpEx umbrella
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SatCloud is SpaceBridge’s latest business & technological breakthrough innovation – a Cloud-Based, Satellite Networks Managed-Services solution for Satellite Network Operators, Backhaulers, and Broadcasters.
During this presentation you will learn:
- How to successfully extend lower-cost broadband access to unserved communities quickly
- How to cater to low ARPU customers with options for affordable end-user access that still yield a realistic ARPU to the provider
- How to lower operational costs for backhaul
- How to choose the best target market
- End-to-end network architecture and service model
- Real life examples
During this presentation you will learn:
- How to achieve the highest data rates possible on a government aircraft for en-route and ISR applications.
- How to achieve these data rates at very affordable rates.
- How the managed network will perform.
- How to save complexity, time and money when using FlexAir.
- Details about the antenna profiles that will perform best on the network.
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