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satcom

(SATellite COMmunication) The field of communications via satellite. See communications satellite and satellite frequency bands.
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With growing demand for broadband data connectivity across nearly all segments, growth is right around the corner for the Energy SATCOM Markets, after years of stagnation and declines, added
CPI said acquiring SATCOM Technologies enables the company to provide customers with a wide range of complementary products, capabilities and resources to support this dynamic and growing market, making it an excellent fit for CPI.
The SATCOM equipment market for space is projected to grow from USD 2.8 billion in 2019 to USD 7.0 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 16.8% during the forecast period.
Attendees will also hear from high-ranking military from NATO and Belgium, discussing the latest developments in SATCOM across the alliance.
Bottom Line, with a forecast of over $5.3bn in retail revenues by 2028, smooth waters are ahead for maritime satcom connectivity.
These orders continue the long-term success of Comtech's products being used on Cubic's portable and inflatable 1.2-meter and 2.4-meter SATCOM terminals.
We look forward to continuing and expanding our relationships with Satcom Direct and Intelsat.
The FliteStream T-310 is currently offered in partnership with Satcom Direct as part of its SD Xperience end-to-end solution.
This growth highlights the opportunity in satcom terminals and capacity services for both satellite operators and equipment manufacturers.
AirSatOne is a Satcom service provider that specializes in aircraft satcom, both for the cabin and the flight deck.
The appointment as a GX Enterprise VAR also serves to expand Satcom Global's portfolio of products for remotely located, land-based users.