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Wireless Matrix extends satellite agreement with LightSquare

Thursday 21 February 2013 | 09:50 CET | News
Provider of GPS fleet tracking services Wireless Matrix has executed an extension of its service agreement with LightSquared. Under the terms of the agreement, LightSquared will provide Wireless Matrix with satellite communications service through mid-February 2016, using LightSquared's enhanced SkyTerra-1 satellite. The agreement enables Wireless Matrix to provide service continuity for customers using satellite service as an integral part of their business. These include railroad operators that use satellite for locomotive communications, energy companies that must connect with mobile

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: LightSquared / Wireless Matrix
Countries: World
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