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Inmarsat, Securiport to Combine Satcom, Border Security Platforms; Andy Start Comments

Inmarsat and Securiport have partnered to introduce a service offering for government organizations to manage border security and disease control issues with the help of satellite communications technology. The alliance seeks to offer Securiport’s ground sensor-equipped Integrated Immigration Control System and Intelligent Information Management System in conjunction with Inmarsat-4 and …

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Third Inmarsat Global Xpress Satellite Enters Orbit; Rupert Pearce Comments

A new Boeing-made satellite lifted off Friday from Kazakhstan onboard an International Launch Services-built Proton Breeze M space vehicle to become part of Inmarsat’s Global Xpress satellite communications network. Rupert Pearce, CEO of Inmarsat, said Thursday the new GX satellite joins a constaellation that works to help customers quickly introduce new applications and offer …

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Inmarsat Sets Aug. 28 Launch for Global Xpress Constellation 3rd Satellite; Rupert Pearce Comments

Inmarsat will launch the third satellite of its Global Xpress satellite communications constellation at Kazakhstan-based Baikonur Cosmodrome on Aug. 28. International Launch Services will use a Proton launch vehicle to roll out the Boeing-built Inmarsat-5 F3 satellite, Inmarsat said Monday. The I-5 F3 satellite is designed to provide mobile broadband services …

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DataPath to Bundle Terminals With Inmarsat Global Xpress Service; Susan Miller, David Myers Comment

Remote field communications firm DataPath will act as a provider of Inmarsat‘s Global Xpress satellite communications service to U.S. military and government customers for expeditionary use. The companies said Monday a service provider agreement between DataPath and Inmarsat Government — the British satellite services firm’s U.S. government subsidiary — covers bundled offerings in cybersecurity, IT, global field …

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Inmarsat, European Space Agency Forge Mobile Satcom Tech Partnership; Michele Franci Comments

Inmarsat and the European Space Agency have agreed to jointly seek fresh technologies for developing mobile satellite communications services with an initial funding of $4.6 million. Under a new public private partnership, Inmarsat will conduct a nine-month feasibility study to expand mobile satellite services, create an open architecture with standard …

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Globecomm to Resell Inmarsat’s Global Xpress for Maritime Market

Inmarsat has chosen Globecomm Systems as a reseller of Global Xpress satellite services for the global maritime market as the companies push to expand their partnership in the enterprise and global government markets. Inmarsat said Tuesday the agreement adds its GX offering to Globecomm’s satellite communications portfolio for maritime customers. “I’m delighted to welcome [Globecomm] …

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Women in Technology Org Recognizes 2015 Leadership Awardees; Inmarsat’s Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch on Mentoring

The nonprofit organization Women in Technology has selected a group of executives from the public and private sectors to receive its 2015 Leadership Awards, which recognize female executives for their leadership roles in the industry. WIT said Thursday it honored the recipients of the 16th annual Women in Technology during a ceremony at the …

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Hughes’ Rick Lober, Inmarsat’s Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch Discuss System-Level Approach to Mobility

Communications sector executives such as Hughes Network Systems’ Rick Lober and Inmarsat’s Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch discussed the various system-level approaches to mobility services for the military in a panel discussion at Satellite 2015, C4ISR & Networks reported Wednesday. Cowen-Hirsch, Inmarsat senior vice president of government policy and strategy, said she believes mobility needs to …

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Solar Impulse Electric Aircraft Incorporates Inmarsat’s Satellite Connectivity; Johan Gericke Comments

The Solar Impulse 2 electric aircraft has incorporated Inmarsat-developed satellite connectivity system as it began its solar-powered round-the-world flight. Solar Impulse 2 took off from Abu Dhabi on March 9 and will make stops in Oman, India, Myanmar and China throughout its route, Inmarsat said Friday. Inmarsat partner Cobham SATCOM …

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Honeywell, Inmarsat Government Ink Agreement for Global Xpress In-Flight Connectivity

A U.S.-based subsidiary of Inmarsat and Honeywell have entered into a service provider agreement to provide Inmarsat Global Xpress satellite services and wideband connectivity to the U.S. government’s aeronautical sector. Inmarsat Government said Tuesday the agreement extends an existing partnership between the two companies in providing in-flight connectivity to the Global Xpress network. Michael Edmonds, vice president of marketing …

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Susan Miller: Inmarsat Government to Offer L-Band Airborne ISR Service for US Public Sector

A U.S.-based, wholly owned subsidiary of Inmarsat has completed airborne testing of its L-band Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance service that works to provide up to 10 Mbps broadband data transmission rate. Inmarsat Government said Thursday public sector customers can use LAISR for applications such as unmanned aircraft systems, signals intelligence and synthetic aperture radar support …

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