Intelsat General is providing a free digital webcast with critical information provided by the industry's specialists.
Keeping Ground Forces Connected with Reliable, High-Speed Broadband Communications is scheduled for Wednesday, September 25, from 2-3 PM ET.
Learn how to leverage the advantages of FlexGround to ensure ground users have immediate connectivity at high data rates anywhere around the world.
It’s crucial for today’s defense and humanitarian agencies to be able to deploy ground forces quickly and stay connected to them wherever they are.
Yet, options for ground communications today are often expensive, unreliable, and lack true broadband connectivity for mobility applications.
FlexGround from Intelsat General is uniquely positioned to fit the needs of ground forces worldwide. Its industry leading Comms-on-the-Pause (COTP) offering provides secure, agile, high-performing ground communications, and its flexible subscription plans include a pay-as-you-go option to ensure you only pay for bandwidth used. FlexGround terminals are small and easy to deploy and leverage Intelsat’s HTS Ku-band satellite network for reliable coverage anywhere, anytime.
During this webcast you will learn how to leverage the advantages of FlexGround to ensure ground users have immediate connectivity at high data rates anywhere around the world.
Based in McLean, Virginia, Intelsat General (IGC) is a U.S.-incorporated, wholly owned subsidiary of Intelsat, operator of the world’s first Globalized Network. IGC provides its government and commercial customers with cost-effective, communications solutions via Intelsat’s leading satellite backbone and terrestrial infrastructure. Their customers rely on IGC to provide secure and seamless broadband connectivity, video communications and mobility services for mission-critical operations anywhere on the globe through their open, inter-operable architecture.
Intelsat General offers more than satellite bandwidth using their technical knowledge and global reach to form solutions suited to the client's requirements. Their fleet of more than 50 satellites and some 36,000 miles of terrestrial fiber links networks to our strategically located teleports and PoPs worldwide, to meet all of the client's communications needs, from routine to mission critical.