Phasor, the developer of enterprise-grade electronically steered antenna (ESA) systems for mobile broadband, has announced that satellite industry veteran and Satellite Hall of Fame member Phillip Spector has joined the Phasor board of directors, the company said.
Spector´s career in the satellite sector spans over 30 years. A highly respected and experienced attorney in government and business, he was formerly Executive Vice President, Business Development, and General Counsel of Intelsat, where he was responsible for legal and regulatory matters in connection with a major industry merger, the USD 16.6 billion sale of Intelsat from one private equity group to another, and over USD 25 billion in financing transactions.
He was also a member of Intelsat´s board of directors. Spector´s career also includes the practice of telecommunications and satellite law at two major international law firms.
After graduating from Harvard with a Master´s degree in public policy and a law degree, Spector clerked on the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and for Justice Thurgood Marshall of the US Supreme Court. He then served in the White House as Associate Assistant to the President, focusing on public outreach, foreign relations and defense matters.
Phasor Inc. is a developer of high throughput, enterprise-grade, modular phased array antennas, headquartered in Washington DC, with a technology development subsidiary in London. Phasor´s electronically steerable antennas (ESAs) are based on patented innovations in dynamic beam forming technologies and system architecture. Phasor´s mission is to enable high-speed broadband communications while in-flight, at sea or travelling over land. For more information visit http://www.phasorsolutions.com