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Mobile Internet

SATELLITE MOBILE COMMUNICATION Enjoy the best SatPhone and Internet combined together

You can set up a broadband mobile office in minutes – wherever you are on the planet. You can access your data applications and make a phone call at the same time. BGAN delivers seamless network coverage across most of the world’s landmass. Users can get broadband wherever they go, not just in major cities or airports. BGAN is currently accessible in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, North and South America.

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EUTELSAT 70B WIDE

EUTELSAT 70B WIDE

Arabsat owns and operates six satellites, at 3 orbital positions, 20°, 26°, 30.5° East: Arabsat-5C (20°E), BADR-4, BADR-5, BADR-6 and BADR-7 (26°E), Arabsat-5A (30.5°E).

TS2 has launched new service on E70B Wide satellite which grants access to those located in Asia Pacific region. TS2 offers as main and favorite solution the “always on-top service” characterized by offering a high bandwidth on the most sought contentions in the business sector. The service can satisfy any client that needs a guaranteed connection and unlimited monthly traffic. Satellite: E70B Wide Network: iDirect DVB-S2

SES 4

SES 4

Internet in South America, Caribbean Sea, Africa, Middle East, Pakistan and Afghanistan.

TS2 proudly presents new C-Band services offer on SES-4 satellite carrier. SES-4 EH-EH @ 22°W (338°E) replaced NSS-7 to provide enhanced coverage over the Americas, Africa and Europe. It is ideal for video distribution, government, VSAT and maritime services. SES-4 was designed to expands and enhances satellite data traffic over Americas, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. It is most powerful satellite from SES series and is located at one of the most highly demanded orbital locations for transatlantic traffic.

Military Solutions

MILITARY SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS It would never be possible to carry out military operations without communications

  Contemporary military operations, peacekeeping and stabilization missions require from the armed forces to take actions in unknown and very often distant areas. An example may be the mission of the Armed Forces in Iraq or Afghanistan. Military operations are carried out in vast areas with poor telecommunications infrastructure. In such circumstances only modern systems of satellite communications may provide fast, reliable, interference- and interception-resistant information transfer in command centers, operating units and other sub-units (logistic, engineering, etc.). Due to the