After 5G NGSO Broadband Failures – What’s Next for Investors? | Via Satellite

With the LeoSat shutdown, and OneWeb and Intelsat recently filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, it seems timely to revisit that golden triangle and ask what it tells us about the future for 5G satcom investors. While we didn’t see … Continue reading

Rep. Ro Khanna on Rural Broadband Expansion | Executive Gov

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) said the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need to expand rural broadband as more companies advance telework arrangement for their workforce, The Hill reported Friday. “I mean, first of all, tech companies realized that remote work … Continue reading

Eutelsat CEO Belmer Part Two: Broadband Opportunity, CBA Fallout | Via Satellite

Broadband to consumers will see a surge in demand. There is a latent demand that is very significant, and we think it will be even more pronounced due to the COVID-19 crisis as more and more people work from home … Continue reading

COVID-19 shows that America’s broadband plan is still in beta

The most important sentence in the plan, however, did not directly answer any of those questions. Rather, it addressed how to approach implementation. “This plan is in beta and always will be,” it read. As the country continues to struggle … Continue reading

Digital prosperity: How broadband can deliver health and equity to all communities

Two decades into the new millennium, the digitalization of American life is no longer striking—it is ordinary. Every industry relies on computing, cloud storage, or other digital equipment to sell goods and services. Employers increasingly demand more advanced digital skills … Continue reading

Class AB broadband RF and microwave amplifiers for radar and communications introduced by Pasternack | Military & Aerospace Electronics

Pasternack Enterprises Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing a series of high-power, Class AB broadband amplifiers that incorporate GaN, LDMOS or VDMOS semiconductor technology. The combination of high linearity and efficiency with low distortion over a wide dynamic range for … Continue reading

China Joins Global Satellite Broadband Party | Light Reading

China is getting into the global satellite broadband game, with its Hongyun fleet expected to start pilot services next year. Hongyun, built and operated by a unit of state-owned China Aerospace Science & Industry Corp (CASIC), aims to launch 156 … Continue reading

Democratic Candidates Need to Learn to Play the Long Game on Broadband | Nextgov

Former Vice President Joe Biden, for instance, has proposed spending $20 billion on broadband access; Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren quadruples that with a proposal for $85 billion. Not to be outdone, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders wants to spend $150 billion … Continue reading

Add Sub-Prime 5G to the UK’s Broadband Woes | Light Reading

Britain just can’t catch a break. As Brexit enthusiasts in government work on disemboweling the constitution, and hastening the break-up of the United Kingdom, telecom experts have been weighing in with chastening assessments of its 21st century communications infrastructure. First … Continue reading

RJio Set to Disrupt India’s Wired Broadband Market | Light Reading

Three years ago, Reliance Jio stormed into India’s mobile market with a low-cost deal that drove some rivals out of business and forced others to merge. Now it is hoping to pull off a similar trick in the country’s fixed-line … Continue reading