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Andy Start Details Inmarsat Satellite Infrastructure Configured for Gov’t Customers

Andy Start Details Inmarsat Satellite Infrastructure Configured for Gov't Customers - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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InmarsatGovtLogoAndy Start, president of Inmarsat“™s global government business, has said the company seeks to help the government perform its mission using a satellite network infrastructure that works to deliver what he calls a “digital edge.”

Start wrote in a blog post published Thursday that Inmarsat designed its global satellite network to meet the security requirements of government clients based on the five A’s — augment, accompany, autonomy, automate and abstracting.

He noted that Inmarsat works to connect aircraft, helicopters, ships, submarines and other platforms over terrestrial fiber, L-band, Ka-band and Mil-Ka networks.

The company has also collaborated with terminal manufacturers to set the standard for L-band terminals and the new Global Xpress terminals for land, sea and air, according to Start.

“[We] have configured our network with technical features, and a commercial ecosystem, which allow you to pull all the digital levers we currently know about, and to do that in a consistent way anywhere across the planet,” he said.

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