Intelsat EpicNG

Next-generation satellite technology that delivers high-performance connectivity required by today's demanding applications.

The Next Generation of Satellite Technology

Intelsat-Epic-NG-OL (SM)At Intelsat we’re used to big things. We already own and operate the biggest satellite, teleport and fiber infrastructure in the world. But we have even bigger plans…

Intelsat EpicNG is a high performance, next generation satellite platform that delivers global high-throughput technology without sacrificing user control of service elements and hardware.

The Intelsat EpicNG platform is an innovative approach to satellite and network architecture utilizing C-, Ku- and Ka-bands, wide beams, spot beams, and frequency reuse technology to provide a host of customer-centric benefits. Designed as a complementary overlay to the world’s largest fixed satellite network, Intelsat EpicNG is fully integrated with Intelsat’s existing satellite fleet and global IntelsatOne® terrestrial network.

Intelsat EpicNG is based on open architecture and engineered for backwards compatibility, allowing broadband, media, mobility and government organizations to realize the cost-efficiency of using existing hardware. At the same time, increased control means these organizations can build on their success by offering their end-users customized, differentiated solutions — even defining such service characteristics as speed, hardware and network topology.

Performance. Coverage. Control. When you have it all that’s Epic.

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