09.02.14 -- Where Does Commercial Satellite Use Fit Into Military Communications?
Where Does Commercial Satellite Use Fit Into Military Communications? By Robert Demers, VP of government services, Thuraya
Though capacity use has come down in recent years, military demand for commercial satellite capacity remains robust due to the need to facilitate a wide range of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance programs. This article addresses how military organizations can achieve some degree of long-term cost stability and significantly benefit from the innovative capabilities provided by cutting-edge commercial satellite technology.
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