What does cutting-edge space technology, next-generation innovation and a dual ELERA and Global Xpress payload mean for our global mobility, government and IoT customers? I-6 F1 – the first of two Inmarsat-6 (I-6) satellites – is scheduled to launch from the JAXA Tanegashima Space Centre in Japan with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries on 21 Decemeber 2021 onboard
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FleetBroadband for US Government

Secure, Reliable, Worldwide Operations with FleetBroadband for US Government Designed for mobility, Inmarsat FleetBroadband enables seamless, reliable, secure voice, and broadband data coverage throughout the oceans to suit any vessel making FleetBroadband for US Government feasible. Maritime crews must be ready to deploy to any blue or brown waters anywhere on the globe at a moment’s notice.
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Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress Maritime Service takes maritime communications to the next level, delivering the high data speeds enabled by Inmarsat’s Global Xpress Ka-band technology combined with the proven reliability of Inmarsat’s flagship FleetBroadband L-band service. The service is powering the maritime data revolution. Guaranteed global bandwidth ensures that ship owners and operators can improve business
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Inmarsat Airline Broadband

Inmarsat is set to enhance airline passenger broadband with a roadmap for aviation capacity growth. Inmarsat, the world’s leading provider of global mobile satellite communications, has outlined its long-term aviation broadband roadmap to ensure that rising demand for fast, reliable and global passenger in-flight connectivity is met for the next five years and beyond. Inmarsat Airline