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Gilat picks Intelsat for 4G network expansion in the US

Monday 26 February 2018 | 08:24 CET | News
Intelsat announced was selected by Gilat Satellite Networks to support Gilat's services to mobile network operators (MNOs) in the US. Gilat is looking to accelerate its expansion of 4G wireless services to underserved areas across North America. The company will leverage Ku-band satellite services from two Intelsat satellites to enable MNOs to execute on their expansion plans and quickly increase network coverage to serve remote areas of the North American market. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless / Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Gilat Satellite Networks / Intelsat
Countries: United States
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