IntelsatOne Flex

IntelsatOne Flex is a customizable service that will bring together the new Intelsat EpicNG high-throughput satellites (HTS), our existing Ku-band fleet, our global ground network, and optimized iDirect Velocity terminals into a unified ecosystem. Flex will give you a global platform for small, geographically dispersed mobile terminals that will integrate the multi-spot-beam EpicNG platform into your existing infrastructure and make more efficient use of bandwidth.

Flex will allow you to:

  • Simplify the integration of EpicNG HTS into current wide-beam network designs.
  • Customize, contend, prioritize and shape bandwidth for end-user segments.
  • Choose among tiered plans to meet average and peak bandwidth requirements.
  • Quickly and easily scale services to meet surge requirements or geographic shifts in demand.

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Flex will save you money by pricing services based on both your average and your maximum level of service. By using a centralized network management system, we will be able to monitor your utilization and add MHz capacity to “pinch-points” on a global basis across all vertical markets, adding bandwidth where needed to create an enterprise-grade quality of service that meets your needs. The network management system will also allow us to guarantee throughput for high-priority applications like emergency response or other mission-critical activities.

Commercial availability of Flex is tied to our Intelsat EpicNG launch program. The first EpicNG satellite (IS-29e) is expected to go into service in March/April of 2016, kicking off the first phase of the Flex service. We will launch additional EpicNG satellites throughout 2016/2017 that will be included in the service offering. Wide beam satellites will augment the network for additional coverage on a customer-by-customer basis, starting with full North Atlantic coverage via the IS-34 satellite.

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