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International Business Times
Cobham wins $200m Airbus contract to provide satcom systems company Cobham has won a $200m (£135.29m, €176.17m) contract from French aircra
Cobham wins $200m Airbus contract to provide satcom systems
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
company Cobham has won a $200m (£135.29m, €176.17m) contract from French aircraft manufacturer Airbus to provide its new Inmarsat SB200 Evolution satellite communications systems known as Aviator 200S and 700S to Airbus. These will be used by the... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
Expert: Crash site may be west of peninsula M'siais based on flimsy science." "The search is based solely on 'pings' from the p
Expert: Crash site may be west of peninsula M'sia
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 3 days ago
is based on flimsy science." "The search is based solely on 'pings' from the plane received by a satellite received by Inmarsat, a private British firm." MH370 went down where two separate computer analysis placed the wreckage, he claimed.... Read more
4d
Evening Standard
Housebuilders rally as Brexit Doomsday fears fadehave an immediate positive impact on Rolls-Royce’s shares.” Citi had the same
Housebuilders rally as Brexit Doomsday fears fade
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
have an immediate positive impact on Rolls-Royce’s shares.” Citi had the same reason for upgrading “Brexit resistant” Inmarsat to Buy as the satellite communications firm advanced 31.13p to 740.13p. Away from the referendum, Ocado has... Read more
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WA Today
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expertairport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy scien
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expert
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
airport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy science" of calculations by the British company Inmarsat, which the company itself said were not guaranteed to be accurate. Debris washed on to the Jamaique beach in... Read more
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7d
The Age
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expertairport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy scien
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expert
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
airport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy science" of calculations by the British company Inmarsat, which the company itself said were not guaranteed to be accurate. The search area was based on calculations using... Read more
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7d
Canberra Times
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expertairport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy scien
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expert
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
airport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy science" of calculations by the British company Inmarsat, which the company itself said were not guaranteed to be accurate. Debris washed on to the Jamaique beach in... Read more
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7d
Brisbane Times
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expertairport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy scien
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expert
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
airport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy science" of calculations by the British company Inmarsat, which the company itself said were not guaranteed to be accurate. Debris washed on to the Jamaique beach in... Read more
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7d
Sydney Morning Herald
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expertairport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy scien
Search for MH370 thousands of kilometres off target: Australian aviation expert
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
airport in 2005, said the search area was based on the "relatively flimsy science" of calculations by the British company Inmarsat, which the company itself said were not guaranteed to be accurate. The search area was based on calculations using... Read more
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11d
Market Watch
Speedcast, Inmarsat in ship broadband dealSatellite communications services company SpeedCast International Ltd (SDA.AU)
Speedcast, Inmarsat in ship broadband deal
Market Watch / Posted 11 days ago
Satellite communications services company SpeedCast International Ltd (SDA.AU) has agreed to use satellite operator Inmarsat PLC's (ISAT.LN) new broadband service for boats in its maritime services offering. "Over the next five years,... Read more
18d
PhysOrg
Why is the black box not stored in the cloud?box storage "is very simple" and all that is needed is for the "required monito
Why is the black box not stored in the cloud?
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
box storage "is very simple" and all that is needed is for the "required monitoring data to be streamed via satellite - Inmarsat for example - to a safe cloud storage facility". He believes that due to the cost of implementing this solution and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'We need to know': Families want MH370 search to continuean area of the plane's most likely resting place, which was determined accordin
'We need to know': Families want MH370 search to continue
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
an area of the plane's most likely resting place, which was determined according to satellite imaging from British company Inmarsat. But as the massive $180 million search draws to a close, no evidence of the plane has been found at that... Read more
21d
Business Wire
Inmarsat Government Connects Antarctic Heard Island Expeditionsuspend metabolism for years or decades in the face of extreme conditions of co
Inmarsat Government Connects Antarctic Heard Island Expedition
Business Wire / Posted 21 days ago
suspend metabolism for years or decades in the face of extreme conditions of cold, heat, desiccation or toxic chemicals. Inmarsat Government provided satellite communication services used to enable radio propagation analysis, TV broadcasts, video... Read more
23d
Perth Now
Hikma to replace Inmarsat in FTSE 100to Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 equity index after a sharp rally in its shares
Hikma to replace Inmarsat in FTSE 100
Perth Now / Posted 23 days ago
to Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 equity index after a sharp rally in its shares since March, while satellite company Inmarsat will drop out. A spokesman for the London Stock Exchange announced the change via telephone on Wednesday. Getting... Read more
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23d
Herald Sun
Hikma to replace Inmarsat in FTSE 100to Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 equity index after a sharp rally in its shares
Hikma to replace Inmarsat in FTSE 100
Herald Sun / Posted 23 days ago
to Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 equity index after a sharp rally in its shares since March, while satellite company Inmarsat will drop out. A spokesman for the London Stock Exchange announced the change via telephone on Wednesday. Getting... Read more
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23d
Weekly Times
Hikma to replace Inmarsat in FTSE 100to Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 equity index after a sharp rally in its shares
Hikma to replace Inmarsat in FTSE 100
Weekly Times / Posted 23 days ago
to Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 equity index after a sharp rally in its shares since March, while satellite company Inmarsat will drop out. A spokesman for the London Stock Exchange announced the change via telephone on Wednesday. Getting... Read more
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23d
The Courier Mail
Hikma to replace Inmarsat in FTSE 100to Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 equity index after a sharp rally in its shares
Hikma to replace Inmarsat in FTSE 100
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 days ago
to Britain's benchmark FTSE 100 equity index after a sharp rally in its shares since March, while satellite company Inmarsat will drop out. A spokesman for the London Stock Exchange announced the change via telephone on Wednesday. Getting... Read more
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24d
iTWire
CommunicAsia 2016 opens promising robots, VR, IoT, drones, smart devices and moreand promoting digitisation. 2016 sees ‘the largest gathering of satellite play
CommunicAsia 2016 opens promising robots, VR, IoT, drones, smart devices and more
iTWire / Posted 24 days ago
and promoting digitisation. 2016 sees ‘the largest gathering of satellite players from the region, with participation from Inmarsat, Intelsat, MEASAT, Singtel and more. The exhibitors will be showcasing the latest innovations from HTS monetisation... Read more
24d
Evening Standard
Inmarsat set to fall out of FTSE 100Satellite communications group Inmarsat looks set to be ousted from the FTSE 10
Inmarsat set to fall out of FTSE 100
Evening Standard / Posted 24 days ago
Satellite communications group Inmarsat looks set to be ousted from the FTSE 100, a year after joining London’s blue-chip index full of promise. The company, which has had a tough year so far, during which it has lost more than a third of its value,... Read more
24d
Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Satcom Direct (SD) First Distribution Partner to Activate Inmarsat’s Jet ConneX Service for Business Aviation CustomersMay 2016 – Satcom Direct was the first business aviation distribution partner t
Satcom Direct (SD) First Distribution Partner to Activate Inmarsat’s Jet ConneX Service for Business Aviation Customers
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 24 days ago
May 2016 – Satcom Direct was the first business aviation distribution partner to prove its services and transmit data over Inmarsat’s new Ka-band Global Xpress network via the Inmarsat-5 F-1, F-2 and F-3 satellites. Now, it is the first to activate... Read more
24d
Belfast Telegraph
Jimmy Choo could face relegation in latest stock market reshuffleslashing costs and notching up a strong lending performance. The reshuffle cou
Jimmy Choo could face relegation in latest stock market reshuffle
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
slashing costs and notching up a strong lending performance. The reshuffle could also see satellite communications firm Inmarsat kicked out of the FTSE 100 Index. Investors have piled out of the stock since it lowered its full-year guidance by... Read more
24d
Market Watch
Inmarsat set to leave FTSE 100; Hikma to rejoinLONDON--Satellite firm Inmarsat PLC (ISAT.LN) is set to fall out of the FTSE 10
Inmarsat set to leave FTSE 100; Hikma to rejoin
Market Watch / Posted 24 days ago
LONDON--Satellite firm Inmarsat PLC (ISAT.LN) is set to fall out of the FTSE 100 index later next month after just a year in the top flight, according to indicative data from FTSE Russell on Tuesday, and based on Friday's closing share prices. It... Read more
25d
The Irish Times
Smurfit Kappa poised to join FTSE 250is close of trading on Tuesday, with an official decision scheduled for Wednesd
Smurfit Kappa poised to join FTSE 250
The Irish Times / Posted 25 days ago
is close of trading on Tuesday, with an official decision scheduled for Wednesday. UK satellite communications group Inmarsat is widely tipped to be kicked out of the FTSE 100, less than a year after joining the index, after shares in the... Read more
25d
express
Merlin could exit FTSE in reshuffleto £250million over the year. The group also runs Madame Tussauds waxworks, th
Merlin could exit FTSE in reshuffle
express / Posted 25 days ago
to £250million over the year. The group also runs Madame Tussauds waxworks, the London Dungeon and the Sea Life centre. Inmarsat is also under pressure after investors piled out of the stock following the satellite communications firm lowering... Read more
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Business Wire
ESOA: Satellite Operators Conduct Training for Humanitarian Respondersto humanitarian emergency operations. World-leading satellite operators and int
ESOA: Satellite Operators Conduct Training for Humanitarian Responders
Business Wire / Posted 25 days ago
to humanitarian emergency operations. World-leading satellite operators and integrators: Arabsat, EMC, Eutelsat, Hispasat, Inmarsat, Intelsat, SES, Thuraya and Yahsat are conducting technical training for humanitarian personnel starting in Dubai... Read more
26d
NBC News
Why Don't More Airlines Stream Black Box Data?Airways announced last year it would introduce the technology into its fleet vi
Why Don't More Airlines Stream Black Box Data?
NBC News / Posted 26 days ago
Airways announced last year it would introduce the technology into its fleet via the British satellite telecom company Inmarsat. Other airlines are having to weigh whether the technology makes sense because crashes are so rare and have fallen... Read more
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walesonline
Who is in danger of slipping out of the FTSE 100higher to £250m over the year. The group also runs Madame Tussauds waxworks, t
Who is in danger of slipping out of the FTSE 100
walesonline / Posted 26 days ago
higher to £250m over the year. The group also runs Madame Tussauds waxworks, the London Dungeon and the Sea Life centre. Inmarsat is also under pressure after investors piled out of the stock following the satellite communications firm lowering... Read more
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26d
Belfast Telegraph
Alton Towers owner could drop out of FTSE 100 Index in top flight reshuffleto £250 million over the year. The group also runs Madame Tussauds waxworks, t
Alton Towers owner could drop out of FTSE 100 Index in top flight reshuffle
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
to £250 million over the year. The group also runs Madame Tussauds waxworks, the London Dungeon and the Sea Life centre. Inmarsat is also under pressure after investors piled out of the stock following the satellite communications firm lowering... Read more
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iol.co.za
Passengers want inflight wifi, not meals - surveymore than half would prefer in-flight connectivity to in-flight meals. The In-
Passengers want inflight wifi, not meals - survey
iol.co.za / Posted 29 days ago
more than half would prefer in-flight connectivity to in-flight meals. The In-Flight Connectivity Survey was conducted by Inmarsat, the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, and market research company GfK between... Read more
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Japan Today
Global demand for in-flight broadband hits new heights ‹ Japan Todaymore than half would prefer in-flight connectivity to in-flight meals. The In-
Global demand for in-flight broadband hits new heights ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 30 days ago
more than half would prefer in-flight connectivity to in-flight meals. The In-Flight Connectivity Survey was conducted by Inmarsat, the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, and market research company GfK between... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Satcom Direct (SD) Receives Initial STC for its Latest Hardware Innovation, the SD WiFi Hubmaking SD the first in the marketplace to deliver numerous advancements and cap
Satcom Direct (SD) Receives Initial STC for its Latest Hardware Innovation, the SD WiFi Hub
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 30 days ago
making SD the first in the marketplace to deliver numerous advancements and capabilities. The company is a premier Inmarsat Distribution Partner (including Jet ConneX), Iridium Service Partner, ViaSat Yonder's preferred reseller, and the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-FiWi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-Fi
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
Wi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet use. A global survey by satellite firm Inmarsat and market research company GfK found Australians are the second most willing to pay for in-flight Wi-Fi in the... Read more
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WA Today
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-FiWi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-Fi
WA Today / Posted a month ago
Wi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet use. A global survey by satellite firm Inmarsat and market research company GfK found Australians are the second most willing to pay for in-flight Wi-Fi in the... Read more
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The Age
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-FiWi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-Fi
The Age / Posted a month ago
Wi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet use. A global survey by satellite firm Inmarsat and market research company GfK found Australians are the second most willing to pay for in-flight Wi-Fi in the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-FiWi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-Fi
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
Wi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet use. A global survey by satellite firm Inmarsat and market research company GfK found Australians are the second most willing to pay for in-flight Wi-Fi in the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-FiWi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet
Australians willing to pay sky-high Wi-Fi
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
Wi-Fi in flight that 70 per cent would be willing to pay for unlimited internet use. A global survey by satellite firm Inmarsat and market research company GfK found Australians are the second most willing to pay for in-flight Wi-Fi in the... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Satcom Direct launches SD Pro at EBACE 2016making SD the first in the marketplace to deliver numerous advancements and cap
Satcom Direct launches SD Pro at EBACE 2016
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted a month ago
making SD the first in the marketplace to deliver numerous advancements and capabilities. The company is a premier Inmarsat Distribution Partner (including Jet ConneX), Iridium Service Partner, ViaSat Yonder's preferred reseller, and the... Read more
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Computer Business Review
WiFi on planes now more important than food, according to global in-flight surveyAccording to the In-Flight Connectivity Survey conducted by Inmarsat and GfK, 5
WiFi on planes now more important than food, according to global in-flight survey
Computer Business Review / Posted a month ago
According to the In-Flight Connectivity Survey conducted by Inmarsat and GfK, 54% of passengers say broadband connectivity is more important than food, which is only a top priority for 19%. Most passengers would also prefer to connect their... Read more
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Business Wire
Inmarsat: demanda global por banda larga a bordo atinge cifras recordes entre os passageiros das companhias aéreasmais da metade prefere a conectividade a bordo que as refeições. A Pesquisa de
Inmarsat: demanda global por banda larga a bordo atinge cifras recordes entre os passageiros das companhias aéreas
Business Wire / Posted a month ago
mais da metade prefere a conectividade a bordo que as refeições. A Pesquisa de Conectividade a Bordo foi realizada pela Inmarsat (LSE: ISAT.L), a principal fornecedora mundial de serviços de comunicações móveis via satélite, e pela empresa de... Read more
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Business Wire
Inmarsat: Global Demand for In-Flight Broadband Hits New Heights amongst Airline Passengersmore than half would prefer in-flight connectivity to in-flight meals. The In-
Inmarsat: Global Demand for In-Flight Broadband Hits New Heights amongst Airline Passengers
Business Wire / Posted a month ago
more than half would prefer in-flight connectivity to in-flight meals. The In-Flight Connectivity Survey was conducted by Inmarsat (LSE: ISAT.L), the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, and market research company... Read more
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heraldscotland
FTSE 100 drops nearly 20 points after Treasury warning over Brexit impactto 513p, 3I Group up 14.5p to 520p, DCC PLC up 130p to 6615p, and ARM Holdings
FTSE 100 drops nearly 20 points after Treasury warning over Brexit impact
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
to 513p, 3I Group up 14.5p to 520p, DCC PLC up 130p to 6615p, and ARM Holdings up 18.5p to 963p. The biggest fallers were Inmarsat down 30.5p to 724.5p, Tesco down 4.2p to 160.1p, Vodafone Group down 3.3p to 225.9p, and Old Mutual down 2.4p to... Read more

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