Norsat Newsflash December 2014

/Norsat Newsflash December 2014

Norsat Newsflash December 2014

2017-12-15T02:23:08+00:00 December 9th, 2014|Newsletter|

Holiday Greetings

One of the real joys of the holiday season is the opportunity to say thank you to our loyal customers and partners. From all of us at Norsat, best wishes for a wonderful holiday and a very happy New Year.

Product Spotlight – Norsat ATOM Control Video

Norsat’s ATOM Control software features an easy to use user Interface that gives you the ability to monitor and control Norsat’s ATOM Series of BUCs & SSPAs. This video will serve as a guide for the download, installation and basic troubleshooting of the software.

Ready to Order & Ship

We have a wide range of in-stock microwave products that are ready to ship. Contact us for more information on pricing and other products available, or to place your order.

Norsat in the News

SatMagazine November 2014 Issue – Check out our latest case study that was published in SatMagazine. A Norsat Case In Point: Sharing FIFA Events With The World. This case study showcases how Norsat’s Newslink terminals, along with our LNBs, enable Televisa to broadcast FIFA content to millions of viewers around the globe.

MilsatMagazine September 2014 Issue – Featured in A Norsat Case in Point – Disaster Truck, Norsat’s NewsLink flyaway VSAT terminal enables broadcast of breaking news events globally.

Chatelaine Magazine – November 2014 – Norsat President & CEO, Dr. Amiee Chan is featured in an article on Canada’sTop Women Entrepreneurs.

Business in Vancouver– Norsat has made five of Business in Vancouver’s Top 100 lists in 2014: Top 100 public companies in BC, Biggest telecommunications firms in BC, Top 100 Most Profitable Companies in BC, Top 100 high-tech companies and Top 100 fastest-growing companies!Lean Manufacturing

Lean Manufacturing

In order to continually improve our operational efforts, Norsat has recently ramped up our Lean manufacturing initiatives. Lean is a systematic method for the elimination of “waste” within a manufacturing process. Lean also takes into account waste created through overburden and waste created through unevenness in workloads. For more information on Lean manufacturing click here!