TrustComm to Bring OneWeb’s Low-Latency Communications Offerings to DOD


OneWeb entered into a product distribution agreement with TrustComm March 16 to deliver beyond line-of-sight and low-latency communications services to the Department of Defense.

The two companies will work to implement low-Earth orbit technologies into DOD's areas of operation in the Arctic region in an effort to address poor connectivity levels caused by harsh terrain and high latitude, OneWeb said Friday.

The agreement will prioritize early adopters of LEO technologies such as the Naval Research Laboratory.

"The U.S. DOD is OneWeb's largest single customer and so we will ensure we have the tools and vehicles in place to contract for service this November when our network goes live above the 50th parallel," said Dylan Browne, head of government services at OneWeb.

OneWeb noted its Global Connectivity Platform will initially go live in the fourth quarter of the year.

The partnership is expected to provide support to the U.S. Navy's Ice Exercise event in 2022 as part of the agreement.

TrustComm is a satellite communications provider headquartered in Houston, Texas, and offers customized end-to-end connectivity offerings in C, Ka, Ku, L and X frequency bands.

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