Rehovot, Israel – April 20th, 2020 – Get SAT, a leading manufacturer of portable extremely efficient terminals that offer high data-rate communications for ground, air, and maritime applications, and Intelsat (NYSE:I), one of the largest satellite and integrated land-space connectivity provider, today announced that Get SAT’s Milli SAT H LW and Milli SAT W LW terminals are approved for use as Ku-band terminals on the Intelsat Flex network for FlexGround managed services.
The Milli SAT family of terminals are the most compact, all-in-one, on-the-move solutions for the Intelsat FlexGround global communications network. Offering the largest coverage area of any mobile terminal on the Intelsat FlexGround network, the terminals offer tremendous reliability for land and maritime mobility applications.
The Intelsat FlexGround service is powered by the award-winning global Intelsat Epic high-throughput satellite (HTS) fleet, the world’s largest fixed satellite network and the IntelsatOne ground network to provide end-users with a seamless broadband global connectivity experience.
Leveraging Get SAT’s highly efficient, patented InterFLAT miniaturized panel antenna technologies, Milli SAT-High and Milli SAT-Wide ruggedized satcom terminals operate in some of the toughest environmental conditions. With industry-leading SWaP (Size, Weight, and Power), the units set a new standard for mobile satellite communication terminals.
Jason Stephens, Get SAT VP North America, reported, “We are excited to announce our certification on FlexGround, now more than ever our military and first responder customers are looking for efficient, cost-effective service-based solutions for mobility requirements. Get Sat and FlexGround solutions provide the most demanding customers the capabilities needed in an ever-changing environment.”
“Our FlexGround service ensures that tactical users in remote environments around the world can stay connected,” said Rick Henry, vice-president of sales and business development at Intelsat General. “The service’s high data rates and open architecture enable ground forces to use ultra-portable antennas, providing them with the mission agility they need. The flexible service plans, pay-as-you-go option, and global availability enable troops to quickly access the connectivity they need whenever and wherever necessary.”