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SATELLITE 2016 Announces New High-Throughput Satellite Forum
Rockville, MD. – Thursday, December 31, 2015 – The Access Intelligence Satellite Group, producers of the SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition, has announced a brand new High-Throughput Satellite Forum at SATELLITE 2016 that will cover GEO and LEO HTS, ground segment and managed services.
SATELLITE 2016 presents the debut of an entire three-session conference track dedicated to the next generation of high-throughput satellite systems in partnership with Northern Sky Research (NSR). Attendees will discover how recent leaps and bounds in high-speed/low-latency communications have opened up whole new worlds for commercial satellite business.
“We’re very excited about our brand-new High-Throughput Satellite Forum conference track at SATELLITE 2016. With the help of our friends at Northern Sky Research (NSR), we have put together an incredible day-long speaker program that includes appearances by executive leadership from Facebook, Airbus, Carnival Corp., Panasonic, OneWeb, O3b, Intelsat and many other leading satellite companies and customers from around the world, ” says Jeff Hill, Conference Co Chairman. “The Forum’s conference sessions will explore the unlimited business potential of high-throughput satellite services made possibly by cutting-edge technology in orbit and include debate and discussion on managed services and ground infrastructure.”
Discussions about the potential of future applications will be led by some of the top minds behind some of the world’s most ambitious satellite projects ever created, including Matt O’Connell, CEO, OneWeb, Max Kamenetsky, Director, Connectivity Deployments for Internet.org, Facebook, Steve Collar, CEO, O3b Networks, Reza Rasoulian, VP, Global Connectivity & Shipboard Technology Operations, Carnival Corporation & PLC, and Nathan Kundtz, CEO, Kymeta.
Additionally, NSR Senior Analyst Carolyn Belle will moderate the “Satellite Manufacturers Forum: Instant Adaptation to an Instant Culture” General Session, sponsored by SSL, and NSR Senior Analyst Blaine Curcio will moderate the “China, India and Russia: Civil and Commercial Satellite Applications Connecting the World’s Largest Geographic Expanses” panel as part of the International Forum.
SATELLITE 2016 will be held March 7-10, 2016 at the Gaylord National Convention Center in National Harbor, MD, located at 201 Waterfront St, National Harbor, MD 20745. For more information or to register, visit www.SATShow.com.
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SATELLITE 2016 has communications solutions for every end-user of satellite communications and serves all satellite markets including: commercial, enterprise, broadcast, broadband, scientific research, maritime, global imagery, climate observation, academia, data analytics, military, emergency response, telecommunications and civil space. The SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition, which takes place March 7-10, 2016 at the Gaylord National Convention Center in National Harbor, MD, attracts more than 13, 000 delegates from 100 countries and features more than 350 exhibiting companies, plus a full conference program led by more than 300 experts and innovators in satellite communications. Visit www.SATShow.com.
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