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Intelsat General delivers broadband mobile everywhere at speeds that dwarf legacy narrowband solutions. We support the full range of en-route communications at broadband speeds, including mission-critical Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance applications. And we offer unlimited data for an affordable, fixed monthly fee. Whether you’re maneuvering on land, sea or air, our C-, Ku- and X-band mobility solutions provide capacity, coverage and connectivity for converged voice, data and video applications.
Hosted Payloads leverage a commercial satellite bus to gain timely, economical and responsive access to geosynchronous orbit. By placing a customer’s payload on our spacecraft, we offer the fastest, most cost-efficient access to space. Each Intelsat General Hosted Payload is designed to match a specific government or scientific need, such as communications, earth observation, defense or remote sensing.
Kay Sears, President of Intelsat General, is responsible for implementing the company’s strategic and operational plans and for the overall mission of providing a range of sustainable, cost-effective and secure communications solutions to government and commercial customers.
Our global fleet of more than 50 satellites provides worldwide coverage for customers’ data, voice and video IP traffic through extensive fiber, PoPs and Teleports.
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Intelsat EpicNG represents a major design breakthrough for increased throughput and performance. It is the progressive evolution of our leading global satellite and terrestrial infrastructure, incorporating C, Ku and Ka spot beams into our fleet to create differentiated solutions for customer applications. Intelsat EpicNG payloads will deliver more throughput per unit of spectrum, providing technical and economic benefits for a wide range of satellite communication applications.
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