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IRIDIUM SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE 4. LAUNCH OF IRIDIUMNEXT SATELLITES ON DECEMBER 22.

Iridium Communications Inc. (NASDAQ:IRDM) announced today that at 5:27pm PST (1:27 am UTC on Dec. 23), SpaceX successfully launched the fourth set of 10 Iridium NEXT satellites into orbit from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
Today's launch marks the midway point of the Iridium NEXT launch program, and was the first Iridium launch to use a SpaceX flight-proven rocket.

 

 

MOBİLKOM ANNOUNCED THE VAILABILITY OF THE CYBER SECURITY PRODUCT AND SERVICES PRODUCT ANGEL BY NAVARINO
Navarino has launched a new cyber security service called Angel, compatible with any satellite network or IP-based communication system and supplied as a fully managed service.

 

 

 

SPEEDS OF 300Mb ACHIEVED ON THE RECENT FLEETXPRESS TESTS OF INMARSAT

Inmarsat has announced that it has completed tests of iDirect's next-generation DVB-S2X technology on its Global Xpress (GX) Ka-band satellite network, achieving a forward channel throughput rate of 330 Mbps in over-the-air trials with a live Inmarsat GX satellite in orbit using iDirect's latest iQ Series modem.

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INMARSAT ANNOUNCED THAT MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES (MHI) HAS BEEN SELECTED AS THE LAUNCH PROVIDER FOR THE FIRST SATELLITE IN THE INMARSAT-6 FLEET (INMARSAT-6 F1).

Inmarsat's sixth-generation (I-6) fleet will be the first to feature dual-payload satellites; each supporting L-band and Ka-band (Global Xpress) services.

The I-6 satellites represent a step change in the capacity of Inmarsat's L-band services and will support a new generation of L-band capabilities, from advanced global safety services and very low cost mobile services, to Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

   

IRIDIUM SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE 3. LAUNCH OF IRIDIUMNEXT SATELLITES ON OCTOBER 9. THE 4. LAUNCH IS NOW PLANNED FOR DECEMBER 22. 2017

Iridium Communications Inc. (NASDAQ:IRDM) announced today that the fourth Iridium NEXT launch has been targeted by SpaceX for December 22, 2017 at 5:26 p.m. PT [1:26 a.m. UTC on Dec. 23], from Vandenberg Air Force Base. This launch signifies the mid-way point of the Iridium NEXT launch program and will deliver another 10 satellites to orbit, bringing the total number deployed to 40. Targeted for just over two months after the third Iridium NEXT launch, this December date enables Iridium to maintain its planned cadence of completing all launches by mid-2018, even with SpaceX's busy launch manifest.
to date, 30 Iridium NEXT satellites have been deployed, many of which are already providing service to customers. The new satellites are also now undergoing on-orbit testing for Iridium CertusSM, a major milestone on the path to introducing the company's next generation broadband service. Iridium Certus will feature small form factor, cost-effective terminals and antennas, and ultimately offer the fastest L-band broadband solution available, supported by the world's only truly global network.