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  • Gilat Peru – Closing Digital Divide in Peru

    Gilat signed contract with IPT, a company consisting of Telefonica and Facebook among others to deliver broadband connectivity to hundreds of rural locations throughout Peru. Peru’s Vice Minister of Communications said in a festive signing ceremony: “… The expansion of these services will benefit around half a million people … Gilat accepted the challenge to work on regional projects in an extremely difficult area, and we should praise its impeccable work … This milestone proves that the investment on private entities generates the expected value for the citizens, especially during the current worldwide pandemic, where we need internet access to stay communicated. “

    Read here the announcement from Ministry of Transport and Communication.

    Gilat Peru – Closing Digital Divide in Peru
  • Satellite Players See Backhaul Market Ripe for Further Growth

    “ Satellite backhaul today is often the preferred choice for leading MNOs worldwide in various applications of 2G/3G/4G cellular backhaul.”
    Gilat, the CBH market leader, is featured in the Via Satellite article, which includes an interview by Gilat’s executive, Michal Aharonov.

    Satellite Players See Backhaul Market Ripe for Further Growth
  • Gilat’s New ESA – Flying High and Connected

    “As the Telesat LEO rose above the horizon, we experienced a live switch over from GEO and the LEO. What we saw was impressive both in terms of image resolution and latency.”
    Alan Gottlieb Editor of Satellite Mobility World. Read his interview with Gilat’s executive, Roni Stoleru.

    Gilat’s New ESA – Flying High and Connected
  • In-Flight Connectivity with Gilat’s ESA Terminal

    Wow it was exciting!
    Read about the thrill of Gilat’s team experiencing the first-ever in-flight ESA.

    In-Flight Connectivity with Gilat’s ESA Terminal
  • The Myths & Facts of Satellite-Based Cellular Backhaul

    As 5G networks are knocking on our door, learn how the need for ubiquitous coverage is answered by satellite backhauling.
    Read Gilat’s article in Pipeline  Publishing

    The Myths & Facts of Satellite-Based Cellular Backhaul