Friday, June 14, 2024

Satellite Map Day 2024

Reorbit prepares to open new branch in Asia

The Finnish company, headquartered in Helsinki, has branches in Sweden, Argentina, and soon in Asia. Carlos Pedalino, VP of Product and Director of Business for Latam, explained that their GEO, LEO, and MEO missions "require flexibility and serve different purposes; the satellite needs to adapt to various missions with low cost, flexible and modular platforms, and software adaptable to different missions."

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Argentina · Regulation · Politics22/07/2024

The Undersecretariat of Information and Communication Technologies was created

Decree 644/2024 modified the organizational chart of the Cabinet Chief's Office. The new dependency is assigned the function of proposing plans and programs for the application of the Universal Service Trust Fund and assisting in the oversight of the regulatory entity Enacom.

México · Terrestrial Backbones23/07/2024

The fiber optic network between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean is already under construction in Tehuantepec

The 1,200 kilometer network will cross the 200 kilometers of the Isthmus and will also connect towns in Oaxaca, Veracruz, Chiapas and Tabasco. The fiber will have 144 strands and will run parallel to the railway line. It will also extend to Guatemala.

América Latina · Satellites19/07/2024

LEO, MEO and GEO open new business era

At Satellite Map Day it was made sufficiently clear that the orbits are complementary and that each user must find the combination that best suits their needs. In this search, the factors to take into account have variable weighting: budget, integration, support, expertise, among others.

Brasil · Internet & OTT · Regulation · Operators18/07/2024

Future of dispute between operators and Big Tech

A work from the University of Brasilia traces the main disparities between the incomes of both sectors, but also advances a market transformation panorama

América Latina · Operators17/07/2024

Weakness of Mexican currency affects results of América Móvil

The holding company reported an increase in total income of 1.5%, to US$ 11.585 billion. The loss was US$61.5 million. In the period it added 2.4 million mobile subscribers to 313.6 million. It also added 376,000 new broadband accesses and IGUs amounted to 74.3 million.

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