Cable & Telecom

Telesat, Anuvu sign major satellite capacity deal

OTTAWA and LOS ANGELES — Satellite operator Telesat and Anuvu, a U.S.-based provider of high-speed connectivity and entertainment solutions for mobility markets such as airlines and cruise lines, announced today a new agreement that will provide Anuvu with approximately 10 gigabits of additional Ka-band connectivity over the Southeastern U.S., the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and Central America, starting next month. This new satellite capacity “adds to Anuvu’s existing global multi-band capacity on 54 satellites from 11 satellite operators around the world,” according to a press release. Anuvu was previously known as Global Eagle Entertainment until the company rebranded itself...

Our industry and COVID-19

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