Airbus Defense and Space has expanded its strategic agreement with
The announcement adds a key additional market to the existing strategic Global Xpress distribution partnership agreement, concluded in
The tier-one reseller agreement will enable Airbus Defense and Space to offer
Our customers will have access to a global network that is designed for interoperability with government Ka-band networks and its small terminals can support a comprehensive range of bandwidth-intensive mobile applications including airborne intelligence, live full-motion video, special operations and theatre backhaul, said
An early adopter to Global Xpress, Airbus Defense and Space already has several partner agreements in place to deliver this satellite service through its worldwide distribution channels covering the maritime, enterprise, government and defense sectors.
Global Xpress will be the world s first globally available high-speed broadband service delivered via a Ka-band satellite network. The full constellation of three Global Xpress satellites will provide secure, seamless and consistently high quality connections to both fixed and mobile users.
Since its launch last December, the first Global Xpress satellite and its supporting ground network and terminal infrastructure have gone through extensive tests achieving commercial service introduction (CSI) on
We welcome this further extension of our enduring partnership with
Airbus Defense and Space, a trusted provider of commercial and military satellite communications solutions to the US government, is the world s first and largest commercial operator of military hardened and protected Skynet X-band and UHF satellites.
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