PARIS — Satellite broadband hardware and services provider Gilat Satellite Networks on May 16 said positioning its technology to the fastest-growing satcom markets — broadband mobility, cellular network backhaul and China — has begun to show results.

The company is especially bullish about its near-term prospects in China, where it has established a relationship with major satellite and high-speed-rail system operators to link Chinese high-throughput satellites (HTS) to users with Gilat technology.

Like many other technology companies that find China’s market size irresistible, Gilat conceded that protecting intellectual property will be an issue.

Bolstering its case that . . .

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