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TMCNet:  Gilat launches scalable SkyEdge II-c Platform for Ka and Ku-band Internet access

[February 26, 2013]

Gilat launches scalable SkyEdge II-c Platform for Ka and Ku-band Internet access

Feb 26, 2013 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. (NASDAQ: GILT) announced the launch of SkyEdge II-c.

SkyEdge II-c supports Ka-band and Ku-band Internet services for both consumer and enterprise applications, including fast web browsing, video streaming, IPTV, VoIP and other bandwidth-intensive services.

Gilat has drawn on 25 years of providing satellite ground equipment, experience garnered from tens of thousands of Ku consumer users and its recent successful launch of Ka products and solutions, to introduce the SkyEdge II-c platform. SkyEdge II-c's scalable architecture enables operators to start small and expand later as demand grows, while delivering the business flexibility they need to provide customized and competitive Internet broadband services.



Gilat Satellite Networks is a provider of products and services for satellite-based broadband communications. Gilat develops and markets a wide range of high-performance satellite ground segment equipment and VSATs, with an increasing focus on the consumer and Ka-band market. In addition, Gilat enables mobile SOTM (Satellite-on-the-Move) solutions providing low-profile antennas, next generation solid-state power amplifiers and modems. Gilat also provides managed network and satellite-based services for rural telephony and Internet access via its subsidiaries in the United States, Peru and Colombia. For more information, visit us at www.gilat.com Comments on this story may be sent to tww.feedback@m2.com

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