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Mar 8th, 2011 at 5:30pm  
You are invited to contribute to a magazine article....

The feature will consider how satellites are currently being used by businesses and government agencies in South Asia to supply corporate networks, internet services, etc. I am keen to find out what actual product packages from vendors are presently available to communication service providers such as ISPs in southern Asia.

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‘South Asian Wireless Communications’ covers Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, The Maldives and Sri Lanka.

Its remit DOES NOT include China, Japan, the Philippines, etc, or the ‘Tiger’ economies of South & east Asia (such as Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan and Singapore.)

An article about satellite applications for business customers will be published in the 1Q 2011 issue of ‘South Asian Wireless Communications’.

What packages are currently available?

What are ISPs looking for?

What are the trends?

I would be pleased to hear from satcoms operators, ISPs, marketing personnel, PR agencies, consultancies, analysts, and organisations concerned with this area.

Deadline: 4pm UK time on Wednesday, 9 March 2011.

ILLUSTRATIONS

Illustrations would be appreciated. Please make every effort to supply interesting images, preferably showing products in use. Digital images (minimum 300 dpi or higher resolution) are welcome. Please supply colour portrait photos, preferably 300 dpi, of the personnel who are quoted. Electronic pictures must be saved/scanned at 300 dpi at a minimum size of

10 cms by 10 cms. Acceptable formats are: jpeg, tiff, or eps.

Illustrations in the form of MS PowerPoint, MS Word, text or Lotus files are not acceptable. Files will typically be greater than 500k per picture.

Please supply captions. Graphs and charts would be welcome.

Please supply appropriate captions.

Regards John

John Osborne
Senior Staff Writer
Kadium Limited
Brassey House
New Zealand Avenue
Walton-on-Thames
Surrey
KT12 1QD
United Kingdom

Tel.Direct line) +44 (0)1932 706331
Tel.(Mobile) +44 (0)7523 085505
E-mail. johno@kadiumpublishing.com
Web. www.kadiumpublishing.com

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