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Intelsat General – Who We Are

Interview with Winston Beauchamp, Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force for Space

What’s Holding Back the Adoption of Hosted Payloads?

The American military faces an inflection point in space. Potential adversaries are aggressively developing new space capabilities in response to decades of U.S. preeminence. The…

Hosted Payloads for Government Satellite Communications

Interview with Dave Kaufman of Ball Aerospace

Recently SatCom Frontier caught up with Dave Kaufman, Vice President and General Manager at Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corporation. Ball specializes in building medium-sized satellites…

2014 – More Evidence the Times They are A-Changing in Space

With the holidays fast approaching, it’s time to look back on the year in space. Rarely if ever has the competition in space been so…

DoD Gradually Accepting Commercial SATCOM Role

Progress is not always a steady march, with two steps forward often followed by at least one step back. Such is certainly the case with…

The Top 5 Hidden Costs of Today’s DoD Space Programs

  I’ve worked in the space industry for many years serving both commercial and government customers. One of my most consistent frustrations is hearing how…

Enough Policy, More Action – The Time is Now for Hosted Payloads

Last month the Hosted Payload Alliance (HPA) held an outreach event on Capitol Hill to help familiarize members of Congress and their staffers with the…

Australian Defence Force Hosted Payload on IS-22

Intelsat 22 Mating to Breeze M

Intelsat 22 in build phase