VSAT CongressBillions of dollars in government, enterprise and consumer broadband business are riding on the successful development of VSAT-based satellite communications…
Billions of dollars in government, enterprise and consumer broadband business are riding on the successful development of VSAT-based satellite communications strategies to support next-generation applications. How those strategies will address major challenges – from value-chain disruption to new technologies and competition – will be the focus for delegates attending the VSAT Congress to be organized jointly by the Global VSAT Forum (GVF) and COMSYS on 14-15 Nov. in Washington, D.C.
Richard Hadsall, Kymeta’s Vice President of Global Network Operations, will be speaking on the panel: Hard Hardware and Software Challenges
Spacecraft, VSAT systems and antennas all face sophisticated and highly complex software and operational demands that will make or break our business, expand roles with greater integration and potentially catalyse the VSAT market. But what is possible, in what timescales and at what cost?”