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November 17, 2021

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Viasat and Inmarsat to Combine, Creating a New Leading Global Communications Innovator

NXP and Ford Collaborate to Deliver Next‐Generation Connected Car Experiences and Expanded Services

Mercury Systems Completes Acquisition of Avalex Technologies

MaxLinear Simplifies Engineering Design for Home Connectivity Solutions

Kymeta, Intelsat and Fraunhofer IIS Successfully Demonstrate Satellite‐Enabled 5G Connectivity

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