Intellian has entered into a $73 million contract with LEO satellite network provider OneWeb to develop and supply affordable compact user terminals.
Artistic rendition of the OneWeb constellation.
These easily-installed antennas will use next-generation technology to provide high bandwidth, low latency connectivity to OneWeb’s global satellite service, delivering to multiple markets, including enterprise and government services.
OneWeb is launching a constellation of 648 LEO satellites which, when complete, will deliver affordable, fast, high bandwidth and low latency Ku-band connectivity to every corner of the world.
The new low cost compact terminals will be unveiled later in the year and are scheduled to become available in 2022.
“We’re delighted to collaborate with our trusted partner OneWeb to design and produce this game-changing terminal, which is set to transform satellite communications by delivering cost-effective connectivity and enhanced user experience to multiple markets,” said Eric Sung, CEO, Intellian Technologies. “This is another significant milestone for Intellian: we believe that innovation and ease of use are key to empowering connectivity, and the work jointly announced today by Intellian and OneWeb is fundamental to our goal to enable a globally connected world.”
Michele Franci, Chief of System Delivery at OneWeb, said, “We have a clear ambition to be a leader in the transformation of Space communications technology. We are delighted to continue our work with Intellian to develop a range of User Terminals that meet the needs of our customers in many different sectors including: small, medium and large enterprises; and major vertical sectors such as Enterprise, Maritime and Governments with mission critical applications.”