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EC picks Inmarsat, Solaris for mobile satellite services

Friday 15 May 2009 | 08:33 CET | News
The European Commission has selected Inmarsat and Solaris Mobile to provide mobile satellite services across Europe. The services, such as high-speed internet access, mobile television and radio or emergency communications, will be provided over a specifically reserved spectrum. Mobile satellite services (MSS) are expected to offer wireless communications to millions of EU consumers and businesses with portable terminals carried by a person or mounted on a car or a ship. They can also help bridge the digital divide in the availability of high-speed internet coverage by reaching rural and less

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: European Commission / Inmarsat / Solaris Mobile
Countries: Europe
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