PARIS — Israel’s GetSAT satcom terminal builder worked mainly under the public radar since it was formed in late 2013 before announcing in March a “multimillion-dollar” contract with the U.S. government for its MicroSAT and MilliSAT land and maritime terminals.
The company advertises its MicroSAT land and maritime product as having Ka- and Ku-band options with throughput of more than 10 Mbps. The medium-weight MilliSAT is used for Ka-band applications at more than 20 Mbps.
Privately held GetSAT concluded relatively small Series A and . . .
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