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Latin America Market Watch 2021: The Monetization Advantage of Satellite and Pay TV

March 22, 2022 Media

As digital adoption proliferates across Latin America, programmers in the region are asking how to get the most value out of their broadening content offerings.Intelsat’s Media Market Watch 2021 illustrates the relevant trends fueling subscriber growth, and illustrates how satellite connectivity remains the best means of taking advantage of the ... Read More

Latin America Market Watch 2021: State of the Market

March 11, 2022 Media

After years of decline, the Latin America Pay TV market is gaining steam—and satellite distribution is sustaining the surge. Intelsat’s Media Market Watch 2021 showcases relevant trends and analyses. Latin America has 17 Pay TV markets (plus the Caribbean islands). Aside from the leading countries, much of the region comprises emerging markets ... Read More

Intelsat Inflight Connectivity Making an Impact in APAC

February 14, 2022 Aviation Aviation

Intelsat is the world’s most trusted global integrated space and ground satellite network with a mission to make broadband more accessible worldwide. In Asia-Pacific, demand is growing as airlines recognize the value of connectivity and keeping customers connected to friends, family or the workplace. Intelsat Commercial Aviation is delivering on ... Read More

A New Tool for Global Service Provider Network Solutions

February 08, 2022 Cloud ISPs, MNOs, and Telcos ISPs, MNOs, and Telcos

The rise of connect-from-anywhere expectations and continued growth in enterprise digital transformation initiatives are twin factors driving the need for flexible network solutions to connect every location, person, device, and machine across an organization. And there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. Wired and wireless technologies are often c ... Read More

Your Internet Experience in the Sky is Finally Here

February 03, 2022 Aviation Aviation

Now more than ever, private aviation is the air travel option of choice for business executives, principals, and heads of state around the world. While general travel dipped during the COVID-19 pandemic, business jet travel surged. November 2021 was the busiest month on record for global business jet activity showing a 15% increase from November ... Read More

Preparing Potent Private Wireless Possibilities

January 27, 2022 Cloud Enterprise ISPs, MNOs, and Telcos

With the rise of Internet of Things (IoT) applications and the need for increasing numbers of people and devices to be connected, more businesses and organizations are turning to private wireless networks to bridge the performance, cost and coverage gaps of Wi-Fi and the control and security gaps of using public cellular networks. Private wireless ... Read More

How Intelsat Casts a Wider Net for Connectivity with Commercial Fishing Vessels

January 19, 2022 Maritime

If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it is the importance of technology to keep us connected. In our hyper-connected world, there are few places that are off the grid, with no access to cellular. But ask a commercial fisherman, who can spend months at a time at sea, and they’ll tell you that ... Read More

Relief for Kentucky: Intelsat and Partners Provide Broadband for Tornado Victims

December 22, 2021

As clean-up continues across tornado-ravaged parts of Kentucky, the Disaster Immediate Response Team from Help.NGO (GlobalDIRT) requested help from the Intelsat Disaster Response Team in setting up emergency internet connectivity. At least five tornadoes hit Kentucky on Dec. 10, traveling more than 200 miles across the state, leaving a path of dea ... Read More

Bringing Broadband to Under-Served Rural Communities in Washington State

December 06, 2021 ISPs, MNOs, and Telcos ISPs, MNOs, and Telcos

Intelsat and partners work to connect notorious “no service” zone For those in the Pacific Northwest, losing connectivity is expected. Whether you are driving from mountains to valleys or dealing with spotty internet at a remote home, lapses in coverage are common. This lifestyle of spotty or even “no service” living is pre ... Read More

Connectivity During the Cargo Crisis

November 16, 2021 Maritime

Nearly two years since the COVID-19 pandemic began, world trade continues to make progress as it emerges from complete or partial lockdown.  However, the shortage of manpower, factory and port closures that resulted in lumpy supply, combined with rocketing demand for imported consumer products, mean that many supply-chain disruptions remain. ... Read More

Extending Vital Connectivity to Remote Areas in Sub-Saharan Africa

November 01, 2021 Global Network Partners

Internet connectivity is a crucial tool that helps people across the globe work, learn, shop, visit friends and family, and access healthcare. But while billions of lives are improved by access to the internet, hundreds of millions of people living in remote, rural, and hard-to-reach places still struggle to access basic broadband services.  ... Read More

Executive Interview: David Micha, Vice President and General Manager, Intelsat General Communications

October 20, 2021 Government Blog - Satcom Frontier Government

How has the pandemic impacted the Space industry in the Middle East? While many space industry businesses have been able to cope with the ever-evolving COVID-19 crisis, many are struggling including small and medium-sized businesses. This is very concerning because innovation in space comes from not only the large companies like Intelsat but from ... Read More

Border security and satellite communications: Insights from Intelsat’s expert panel

October 19, 2021 Government

Securing a country’s borders is becoming more complex every day, and both national and international border control agencies need innovative solutions to meet the challenge. Many of these agencies are looking to make the best possible use of technology. They require systems that integrate satellite communications (satcom) with advanced, reliable ... Read More

On-Demand Satcom Customized for Myriad Missions

August 17, 2021 Government Blog - Satcom Frontier Government

Intelsat’s satellite services provide options to address a variety of missions, including all-domain defense operations, border-security management, and disaster/humanitarian relief. Deployed ground teams require instantaneous access to secure, high-data-rate communications to ensure fast and effective decision-making. Connectivity for Command, ... Read More

Intelsat Applauds AMN’s $36 Million Investment Round

July 23, 2021 ISPs, MNOs, and Telcos Partners ISPs, MNOs, and Telcos

Latest funding will enable AMN to connect even more people in remote communities throughout Africa July 20, 2021 was a very good day for the unconnected population of rural Africa. Independent African private equity fund manager Metier announced that it had led an investment round of $36 million into Africa Mobile Networks (AMN), a company ... Read More

Fifty-Two Years and Counting: Intelsat Celebrates the Historic Apollo 11 Mission

July 20, 2021 Media

It’s amazing to believe that only 12 people have ever walked on the moon. Those fortunate souls surely haven’t forgotten the exhilarating moments they experienced. Many watched the live broadcast of this momentous occasion from their living room television sets as space pioneers Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took their first leaps to the moon ... Read More

Connecting Rural Alaska: Intelsat Expands Capacity for GCI

July 19, 2021 ISPs, MNOs, and Telcos ISPs, MNOs, and Telcos

Alaska’s geography and dispersed population presents unique challenges for broadband connectivity services. According to the Blueprint for Alaska’s Broadband Future, “the vast distances that separate Alaskan communities — and the lack of a road system in parts of the state to physically connect villages with the metropolitan areas of Ancho ... Read More

Live Aid, 36 Years Later: Celebrating Satellite History

July 13, 2021 Corporate Information Media

July 13 marks the 36th anniversary of Live Aid, a benefit concert that raised money for the relief of famine-stricken countries in Africa. The 16-hour “super concert” featured more than 75 acts, including Queen, Run DMC, Paul McCartney, Madonna and Elton John performing in two spots: Wembley Stadium in London and JFK Stadium in Phila ... Read More

45cm Antennas: A Unique Connectivity Solution for Leisure Vessels

July 12, 2021 Maritime Maritime

The leisure vessel market has seen a surge in the adoption of the Very Small Antenna Terminal (VSAT) class in recent years due to the emergence of more affordable smaller antennas with high data rates. With a current market penetration of around 50%, the addressable yacht segment has plenty of potential and opportunities; in fact, ... Read More

Closing the Urban and Rural Digital Divide – A Satellite Industry Expert Perspective

July 09, 2021 Corporate Information

Watch UN Broadband Commissioner and Intelsat Chief Executive Officer Stephen Spengler share his satellite industry expertise and unique perspective on how to close the urban and rural digital divide in this video from the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development: Spengler says that with the right mix of partnership, investment, innovation ... Read More