Isotropic’s cutting-edge antennas can simultaneously connect with several different satellites without increasing cost or complexity, taking full advantage of electronic beam steering. The antenna material tests demonstrated exceptional radio performance and will pave the way to distribute exceptionally high bandwidth at breakthrough pricing from today’s high-throughput satellites and global networks.
John Finney, President & CEO of Isotropic noted that this industry is changing dramatically and will continue to evolve over the next few years due to the enabling features of high-throughput satellite systems. The vast opportunity to satisfy large swathes of existing and new demand for satellite data, mobility and broadband services requires the price of mobile tracking antennas to be one tenth that of existing systems, the opportunity is huge both for Isotropic and the HTS players, if the total cost of ownership is low enough then the industry can enter into a new period of unprecedented growth. Isotropic's design is aimed at meeting those required price points and enabling a new wave of satellite business opportunities from any orbit or frequency in consumer and enterprise broadband centric systems.