Gogo recently partnered with Gilat Satellite Networks to develop a next generation modem that it says will ultimately be capable of delivering 400 Mbps to an aircraft
Gilat’s Doreet Oren discusses the major challenge that continues to hold the SATCOM industry’s attention today — a speedy and affordable Internet.
Eutelsat selected Gilat’s SkyEdge II-c hub with X-Architecture and SkyEdge II-c small user terminals to power broadband services from EUTELSAT 36C from a hub installed at the Dubna satellite centre operated by RSCC, near Moscow.
To meet the growing demand for high-speed connectivity in remote and underserved areas, satellite is an obvious solution. However, its expense limits uptake to the extent that several communications companies have been looking into more cost-effective alternatives.
Richard Hooper talks to Doreet Oren, Director of Product Marketing at Gilat Satellite Networks about the company’s evolution over the last 12 months.