US-based avionics and IT provider Rockwell Collins has been granted a global license by Brazil’s national telecommunications agency Anatel to sell satellite connectivity services in Brazil. The license gives Rockwell Collins the ability to sign distribution and service agreements with any satellite entities and customers operating in Brazil, the company said. Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based Rockwell Collins is a reseller for UK-based Inmarsat and US-based Iridium satellite ...

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