US Space Force has updated the requirements for the satellite communications contract to include CMMC conditions

The United States Space Force is a branch of the Department of Defense (DOD) that heads space activities such as awarding contracts and vetting suitable contractors. The agency has rolled out a fresh commercial satellite communications contract which is part of the DOD’s pilot initiative to advance cybersecurity standards for contractors. The new requirements for […]

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Starlink Satellite project faces Challenges in India

2020 was a challenging year globally as the world experienced the Covid-19 pandemic. Why not, when everything seemed to stop with multiple health and economic problems. However, if something last year taught us was the importance of a stable internet connection with schools shifting online, employees working remotely, and businesses ran online. Areas with poor […]

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Indian telecommunication authorities should solve the 5G spectrum, and C-band satellite dilemma in an amicable way, says research

India has had its fair share of frequency disputes between 2G and 3G radio systems, Global Systems for Mobiles-Code Division Multiple Access(GSM-CDMA), and Dewas S-band, which ended in the Supreme Courts chambers. Some mobile licenses have been canceled in the past due to spectrum aspects. The dilemma is between the C-band spectrum and the satellite […]

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The Australian Defence Force has extended its satellite agreement with Inmarsat

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has renewed a contract with British satellite provider Inmarsat until 2027, broadening the agreement’s scope to include managed services. The deal extension, totalling $291 million (221 million Australian dollars), comes only a month after the UK, as well as Australia, decided to boost technology sharing and investment in their respective space […]

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Airbus gets the first operating GEO request for 2021 for the replacement satellite for Eutelsat

Eutelsat Communications has placed a request with Airbus for Eutelsat 36D geostationary (GEO) satellite that will be deployed in 2024. According to an Airbus Defense and Space spokesperson, this is the first commercial GEO contract agreed for the year 2021.  Eutelsat 36D will replace Eutelsat 36B at 36° East orbital location, where the satellite provides […]

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Ryder’s once-ambitious ambitions for EV with Chanje have devolved into a legal battle

Chinese-made electric vehicles supplier failure to keep its end of a contract and owes Ryder over $3 million. In November 2018, Ryder announced that it had made a deal to acquire Chinese-based electric vehicles from Chanje. However, the company didn’t mention that an earlier partnership with Chanje was indicating signs of failure. Recently the relationship […]

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