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SOLUTIONS

Government Fixed Networks

Eliminate security risks for any governmental activities
through our reliable and responsive satellite network.

In the government sector, reliable and secure communications on the move are critical for a mission’s success. Our satellite-enabled solutions provide the necessary security, reliability, and consistency that is required for strategic and tactical networks, communications on the pause, and emergency or disaster response. Exchange sensitive information and reach remote areas in Europe, the Middle East, and South Africa, that other networks can’t reach.

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Robust satellite network that increases channel capacity

Reach millions of homes within our coverage network and grow your audience. Our high-power satellites optimize your bandwidth needs, providing seamless transmission.

Increased capacity
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In-orbit backup that allows non-stop transmission.

Deliver seamless content and excellent image quality to your viewers, thanks to our satellites’  state-of-the-art technology.

Non-stop transmission
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Service continuity even in remote locations.

We achieve greater coverage in geographically challenging areas that cannot be reached by traditional terrestrial services.

Remote locations
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High power and ample room for expansion

Our satellites provide coverage up to 54dBW and combine Ku-Band and Ka-Band frequencies, enabling the highest performance across Europe and lowering OPEX.

Highest performance

WHY CHOOSE US

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Premium orbital neighborhood

Strategically positioned fleet covering 3 continents

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Use of advanced technology

First-class fleet and ground infrastructure

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Flexible and dedicated team

Immediate response and fast resolution

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Reliable solutions and services

Trusted by more than 100 international clients

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