Gilat CEO Yona Ovadia says his company is pushing hardest in the aero, maritime and land-based broadband mobility markets, with cellular backhaul a focus -- and around 150 mbps to a hand-held demonstrated with Softbank. The biggest single geographic priority, he said, is China. Credit: Gilat Satellite Networks
PARIS — Satellite broadband hardware and services provider Gilat Satellite Networks is refocusing its business on cellular backhaul and other mobility applications including aero and maritime markets and sidelining its previous accent on the U.S. military market.
Israel-based Gilat has specifically identified China as the one of its top near . . .
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