Land Mobility

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GRC Unlocks High-performing Connectivity in Hard to Reach Places With Intelsat FlexMove

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ABOUT GRC Ltd. (Global RadioData Communications Ltd.), specialist in mission critical communications saw the need to provide advanced solutions that would satisfy a range of customer requirements. Their goal was to offer high-quality, reliable connectivity services that could easily be set up in remote and hostile locations to support civil defens ... Read More

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Intelsat Service Management Portal

July 09, 2020 Professional Satellite Services
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Introducing FlexMove – A New Era of Land Mobility Connectivity

June 05, 2020 Land Mobility

A flexible and fully provisioned global managed service that removes the cost and complexity out of creating and managing a communications network In a recent blog, we explored the limitations of legacy networks and the challenges that arise from attempts to satisfy the increasing data demands from land mobility end users. The challenges ... Read More

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Intelsat Introduces First-of-its-kind FlexMove Managed Service for Ubiquitous Land Mobile Connectivity

February 18, 2020 Land Mobility

McLean, Va. – Intelsat (NYSE: I) today launched FlexMove, a new end-terminal managed service that makes it easy and affordable for people to connect to the Internet, private data networks and cloud services from virtually anywhere in the world, including while on-the-move, or on-the-pause at a temporary site. Businesses, first responde ... Read More

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The Digital Divide: Solutions for Connecting the Forgotten 1 Billion

November 04, 2019 ISPs, MNOs, and TelcosLand Mobility

When the world connects, opportunities for progress emerge. Yet roughly half the world’s population — 4 billion people — still are not online. Of those, approximately 3 billion live in areas with access to mobile broadband but aren’t connecting for a variety of reasons. Those reasons range from lack of affordability to limited education. T ... Read More

The Climate Reality Project and Intelsat Team up to Raise Greater Awareness about the Impact of Climate Change

December 03, 2018 Land MobilityMedia

Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore to host live, 24-hour broadcast on climate change; Intelsat providing global contribution and distribution services   Luxembourg, 3 December 2018 Intelsat S.A. (NYSE: I), operator of the world’s first Globalized Network and leader in integrated satellite communications, is providing global communications s ... Read More

Intelsat Joins the Seamless Air Alliance

July 18, 2018 AviationLand Mobility

Luxembourg, 18 July 2018 – Intelsat S.A. (NYSE: I), operator of the world’s first Globalized Network and leader in integrated satellite solutions, announced that it has joined the Seamless Air Alliance, a consortium dedicated to the development and promotion of standards to facilitate a better, more seamless, inflight connectivity exp ... Read More

Staying Connected, Updated and Safe on the Road

March 15, 2018 Land Mobility

By Andrew Faiola, Director, Europe, Middle East, and Asia Mobility Sales, Intelsat Many mobile communications networks are widespread and reliable enough that you can drive just about anywhere the road is paved without losing the connection needed to make a phone call or send a text. And if the signal fades or disappears while on ... Read More

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How Satellite Networks Can Protect Connected Cars from Getting Hacked

November 07, 2017 Corporate InformationLand Mobility

By Vinit Duggal, Chief Information Security Officer, Intelsat Hardly a week goes by without the announcement of another large database of consumer information being hacked by unknown cyber criminals. The breach of credit card or identity data is serious, but the potential harm is mostly financial. However, as auto manufacturers begin to use techno ... Read More

Dejero and Intelsat Partner on a New Solution to Deliver Reliable Video Transmission for Broadcasters

August 23, 2017 Land MobilityMedia

Dejero CellSat blends cellular and satellite connectivity on-demand, giving broadcasters greater assurance when going live from the field WATERLOO, Ontario AND LUXEMBOURG — August 23, 2017 — Dejero, an innovator in blending IP networks for video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, has announced a partn ... Read More

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Advanced Vehicle Antennas Will Enable High-throughput Satellite Connections

August 02, 2017 Corporate InformationGlobal NetworkLand Mobility

By Mark Rasmussen, Vice President & General Manager, Mobility New cars have been equipped with satellite antennas since the early 2000s, when both satellite radio and GPS navigation first became widely available to motorists. But those automotive antennas, typically a shark-fin shaped appendage on the rear of the roof, are small and capable of ... Read More

Intelsat Appoints New Leaders to Advance Broadband, Mobility and Media Businesses

July 18, 2017 Corporate InformationISPs, MNOs, and TelcosLand MobilityMedia

Jean-Philippe Gillet named Vice President and General Manager of Broadband; Mark Rasmussen named Vice President and General Manager of Mobility; and Robert Cerbone joins as Vice President and General Manager of Media, focusing resources on delivering innovations for high growth customer applications Luxembourg, 18 July 2017 – Intelsat S ... Read More

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For Faster Inflight Wi-Fi, the Satellites Have Arrived and the Antennas are on the Way

July 14, 2017 AviationGlobal NetworkISPs, MNOs, and TelcosLand Mobility

Anyone who has tried to connect to the Internet from an airplane over the past couple of years has experienced the quality progression of inflight Wi-Fi. Passengers have gone from no connectivity initially to having the ability to just exchange emails or read web sites. Now, passengers expect to be able to access the entire ... Read More

Satellites Creating a Route from the Connected Ship to the Smart Ship

May 29, 2017 Corporate InformationLand MobilityMaritime

By Mark Rasmussen, Vice President & General Manager, Mobility Just a couple of years ago, most talks about providing satellite connectivity to commercial ships at sea revolved around the needs of the crew to be connected to friends and family back home. Now the availability of higher-bandwidth satellites coupled with advances in shipboard moni ... Read More

“Smart Planes” of the Future

April 10, 2017 AviationCorporate InformationLand Mobility

The Sky’s the Limit Commercial air travel has been around for more than a century, and it’s come a long way since its humble beginnings. The first commercial flight in 1914 carried one passenger from St. Petersburg, FL to Tampa; today almost 900 million people fly commercially each year through the U.S. alone.1 The travel ... Read More

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Maritime Operators Need Increased Satellite Connectivity and Greater Efficiency

March 08, 2017 Global NetworkLand MobilityMaritime

By Mark Richman, Director, Product Management, Mobility Services The global maritime industry is passing through some rough seas, as shipping companies face a glutted commercial shipping market that requires greater operating efficiency in order to eke out slim profits from container, commodities and oil transport. One solution? Vessel owners are ... Read More