Communication using satellites plays a vital role in extending network reach across the telecommunications industry, delivering essential services where terrestrial networks are unavailable or not feasible. However, not all satellite networks are created equal. When defining your digital strategy, understanding how the distance of the spacecraft from Earth - in combination with the availability of key elements of next-generation satellite system architecture - affect performance, is crucial for decision making..

Did you know that a multi-orbit satellite network allows you to combine the advantages of one altitude with those of another and diminishes each other's disadvantages? For example, the wide coverage of GEO can be combined with the high throughput offered by MEO, depending on the user’s location and application. Want to know more about the trade-off between LEO, MEO and GEO? Join our webinar on a multi-orbit world and explore the right strategy in an ever changing world of satellite networks with industry experts:

• Caleb Henry, Senior Analyst at Quilty Analytics
• Valvanera Moreno, Director of Program integration at SES
• Brady Spenrath, O3b mPOWER Manager Portfolio &Segment Marketing at SES
Jeffrey Hill
Executive Editor, Via Satellite
Caleb Henry
Senior Analyst at Quilty Analytics
Caleb Henry is a senior analyst at Quilty Analytics, a boutique research firm focused on the satellite and space industry. He previously worked as a journalist for SpaceNews and Via Satellite, where he wrote about the commercial space sector.
Valvanera Moreno
Director Program Integration, SES
Valvanera Moreno is the Director, Program Integration Lead of O3b mPOWER at SES, where she manages the development integration of the ground infrastructure for their upcoming MEO satellite constellation, which introduce new levels of cloud-scale satellite connectivity.
Brady Spenrath
Portfolio and Segment Marketing Manager, SES
Brady Spenrath started working at SES in 2013, and is currently the Marketing Manager for O3b mPOWER, SES's next-gen MEO constellation. Before SES, he worked at NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center and studied at Duke University and the University of Texas at Dallas.
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