Optus, in turn, has contracted Israel-based satellite specialist Gilat Satellite Networks to deploy VSAT equipment at gateways and end-user premises for the service.
The second generation interactive satellite system, DVB-RCS2, has been developed to target the consumer market, but are its boosted performance, new IP features and cheaper equipment strong enough to rival proprietary technologies, asks Stephen Cousins
The satellite industry is expanding into new markets – including maritime and M2M – to counter the growing threat on the ground, discovers Philip Hunter
At the Satellite 2011 show in Washington, D.C. Gilat Satellite Networks’ VP for Marketing and Business Development, Doron Elinav spoke with Satellite Markets and Research Editor-in-Chief Virgil Labrador on their recent acquisitions and their initiatives in the military satcom market, amInong others.
Following the company’s 2010 results announcement, CEO Amiram Levinberg describes Gilat’s strategy and the positive additions from its recent acquisitions.