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Craig Miller, president of government systems at Viasat, said that discussions about the Space Development Agency’s upcoming satellite network should focus on how spacecraft from different manufacturers could be interoperable and support a “highly complex, multi-band and multi-network system” together. In an opinion piece SpaceNews published Friday, Miller noted that the Transport Layer’s network and […] More
Viasat participated in a recent U.S. Navy exercise to demonstrate how company-built technology platforms could help warfighters communicate as they perform expeditionary base operations and littoral missions. The company said Thursday it demonstrated cloud-based tactical communications support for multiple echelons at the Naval Integration in Contested Environments Advanced Naval Technology Exercise. During the event, Viasat […] More
Viasat has secured a pair of contracts from the Navy Exchange Service Command to provide telecommunication network services for sailors deployed at the U.S. Navy’s installations in Guam and Poland. The company said Monday it will deliver a fiber Wi-Fi network, voice communications and TV network services to Naval Station Guam and Andersen Air Force […] More
Viasat will deploy its military-grade In-line Network Encryptor on a low earth orbit satellite intended to boost communications security and cybersecurity services for data transmission. The global communications company said Tuesday the INE will be integrated into the first Link 16-capable LEO satellite that Viasat is working on for the Space Vehicles XVI program of […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded Lockheed Martin a $25.4 million modification to a contract for the Blackjack satellite constellation. The company will contue integrating Blackjack surveillance satellites under the option 3 action, which raises the contract’s value from $40.5 million to $65.8 million, the Department of Defense said Tuesday. Eighty-two percent of […] More
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