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Uplink - January 2015

Tuesday, January 27, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Randall Barney
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Nominations Due This Week for the 2015 Teleport Awards for Excellence 
Nominations for the 2015 Teleport Awards must be submitted to WTA by January 31, 2015. The 2015 Teleport Awards will be presented on March 17 at a luncheon ceremony for invited guests at the SATELLITE 2015 conference. Click here for more information and to download the nomination forms.

New WTA Research: Profiting from High-Throughput Services
Exploring the real-world experience of teleport operators with high-throughput technologies on the ground and in the sky, from the opportunity to tap new markets and revenue streams to the impact on business strategy, personnel requirements and the evolution of the teleport model. Click here to get the report.
Supporting a Responsible Use of the C-band in Africa 
By David Hartshorn. The telecommunications mobile community is again asking for more radio frequencies (‘spectrum’), and again one of the candidate bands is the satellite “C-band” (ie: from 3,4GHz to 4,2GHz) to meet the growing demand for data services globally. The upcoming ITU World Radiocommunications Conference “WRC 2015” includes a formal agenda item under which a decision on this matter is to be taken. Such a decision must be taken based on real facts and today these facts clearly show that the mobile community does not need more spectrum. A number of recently published reports provide evidence that the mobile industry has over evaluated its true need for more spectrum. Across the world less than 50% of mobile spectrum is licensed and even less of it is in use. Read more.
WTA Member Meeting - "How to Move Into New Markets for Teleport Services"
Teleport operators typically succeed by entering market niches – media & entertainment, enterprise, government, transportation, mobile – and learning how to serve them well. They become strong competitors by adding services and capabilities, and by growing geographically through partnerships or acquisitions. But they also face opportunities to bring their services and capabilities to new vertical markets. The media-centric operator may pursue enterprise networking business, or the maritime player may decide that serving mobile carriers and building expertise in mobile technology can create valuable synergies. Click here for more information and to register.
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