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Transformational change on the horizon for intercity bus connectivity market in LATAM

Like so many other places around the world, Latin America is in the grip of the mobile revolution. In 2016, the GSM Association published a report that forecast the number of people across the Latin American and Caribbean region using their mobile devices to access the Internet is set to grow by 50 percent by 2020. That’s coupled with 150 million new mobile Internet subscribers. These are truly impressive figures.

The fact is that people are now using their mobile devices everywhere. Our need for connectivity literally follows us wherever we go. Whether we are checking emails before we reach the office or simply catching up with friends on social media, our need for access and connectivity continues to skyrocket. As a vibrant and dynamic emerging market, Latin America’s rapid growth in mobile Internet subscribers is creating a demand for Internet everywhere, especially when travelling, and in this region travel often means via intercity buses and coaches.

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LeoSat and Phasor Reach Strategic Agreement to Bring Game-Changing Connectivity to Mission Critical Enterprise Networks

  • March 13th, 2018
  • News

Collaboration to provide high-speed, low-latency Ka connectivity-infrastructure to corporate, government and commercial markets

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Hispasat and Phasor to develop and deploy new antenna for high-speed satellite connectivity to professional vehicles

  • March 12th, 2018
  • News

Phasor's electronically-steered, flat antenna will link up with Hispasat satellite fleet to provide telecommunications services to commercial land transport vehicles.

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Phasor Unveils New Technology Development Center and Senior Leadership Team Appointments

  • March 06th, 2018
  • News

New facility to combine global product development and testing operations.

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Via Satellite: LEO/MEO Satellites Poised to Make a Mark in Military Sector

Satellites in LEO and MEO will soon be here to stay thanks to companies like LeoSat, OneWeb and SES-owned O3b. The question is whether they can go beyond meeting the needs of commercial and consumer users to also serving a dispersed and increasingly mobile military. Via Satellite talks to leading LEO and MEO industry figures to see how they envision their constellations supporting military missions globally in a fast-evolving threat environment.

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