Nov. 9, 2012
-- Australian satellite specialist NewSat Ltd will be attending the upcoming SATCON 2012
to be held at the Javits Convention Center
in New York City, from November 14 to 15. The event is expected to draw thousands of attendees and exhibitors from the government, military, enterprise, media & entertainment, and telecom sectors participating in satellite-enabled communications and content delivery.
Over the years, demand for satellite communications in government and military operations has increased. SATCON will bring together industry leaders and key organizations to discuss the challenges from the surge in demand for satellite services; share business strategies and discover potential partnerships with other companies; network, and showcase innovative technologies making an impact in the industry; and provide information and knowledge on the ever changing global communications market.
NewSat Ltd’s Senior Director, Diego Paldao, will be attending SATCON 2012 to discuss the company’s Jabiru Satellite Program: a fleet of Ka band satellites that will deliver additional bandwidth capacity across the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. If you would like to meet with Mr. Paldao during SATCON or would like further information on the Jabiru Satellite Program’s fleet of Ka-band satellites, please email Diego to diego.paldao@
newsat.com or call +1 571 346 7610.
You can read more about the event here: http://newsat.com/Events/satcon.htmlAbout NewSat
NewSat is Australia’s largest specialist satellite communications company, delivering Internet, voice, data and video communications via satellite. With its unique-to-Australia Teleport infrastructure, NewSat provides a full range of managed satellite communication services and has established a reputation as the partner of choice for governments, corporations and private enterprises. Today, NewSat has the ability to provide coverage to 75% of the globe; from Australia, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, across the Indian Ocean extending into Europe and across the Pacific Ocean, reaching into the West coast of the USA.