Inmarsat has announced that it has approved the Global Xpress (GX) and FleetBroadband terminals manufactured by Intellian for use with its FleetBroadband Xtra service.
Intellian reports that it has opened a second R&D centre in Korea’s Panygo Techno Valley near Seoul, as well as relocated its administrative office from Gangnam.
Intellian has announced that Kymeta’s flat-panel satellite antenna technology will be integrated into Intellian’s next generation of Ku-band maritime satellite terminals.
Intellian reports that both its 65cm GX60 and 1m GX100 VSAT terminals for Global Xpress (GX) have been type approved by Inmarsat engineers following live system tests at sea on the Ka-band network.
Telenor Satellite Broadcasting (TSBc) has announced that it has approved Intellian’s v-series antennas for use on its forthcoming Ka-band high throughput satellite (HTS), THOR 7.
Intellian has reported that the first Global Express (GX) tests have taken place on its GX60 and GX100 VSAT terminals.
The Russian space agency Roscosmos has said that its Proton Breeze M launch vehicle, the same spacecraft that will be used to launch Inmarsat's Global Xpress satellites, has completed its first launch since suffering a dramatic failure in May.
South-Korean antenna manufacturer Intellian has officially opened its newly expanded Innovation Centre in Seoul, saying that the extra space will allow it to increase production.
Intellian has launched a Ka-band antenna specifically designed for Inmarsat’s upcoming Global Xpress (GX) service.
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