SES, Intelsat join in the US to liberate C-band spectrum and push 5G deployment

SES and Intelsat have agreed to team up in the US and liberate some spectrum in the 3700-4200 MHz C-band, in line with a proposal for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) put forth in October 2017.

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