New York City, May 1, 2013--Lou Zacharilla goes back and forth with with Steve Collar, CEO of O3b Networks. His venture is designed to empower large numbers of people where they live, whether “home” is a remote Pacific Basin community or one in the hills of Pakistan or Africa. We discussed the vision of a profoundly interconnected world.
New York City, January 2, 2013--The Society of Satellite Professionals International's (SSPI) current Director of Development, Lou Zacharilla spoke with previous SSPI chairpersons of the SSPI, Ellen Hoff (President, W.L. Pritchard & Co.), Maury Mechanick (Counsel, White & Case LLP) and Clayton Mowry (President, Arianespace USA) to share their views on this most social of social networks.
Los Angeles, Calif., November 8, 2012--In-flight broadband is set for takeoff. In our bandwidth-hungry world, consumers expect to have broadband access anywhere, anytime, including when they’re in the air on long-haul flights. To shed light on this growing market Satellite Executive Briefing contributor B.H. Schneiderman spoke with executives from two satellite operators and an in-flight broadband service provider. Follows are excepts of the exchange with James Collet, Director of Mobility Services Product Management, Intelsat; Alexander Geurtz, Vice-President Services Development, SES; and Travis Christ, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer, Row 44.
New York City, NY, September 4, 2012--As the satellite industry heads into a season of forums, conferences and networking events, we get a chance to examine what the industry believes are its most important issues. Because there are many voices and advocates for the key niches in our industry, I thought it would be useful to engage the leadership of key trade associations and special interest groups. Each represents an important tract in a diverse “Satellite Nation.” We begin on the ground, with a conversation with M. Brett Belinsky, the chairman of World Teleport Association.