UK satellite terminal maker re-brands as all.space
UK satellite terminal maker Isotropic Systems has re-branded as all.space as its fifth generation system readies for production.
The software-defined terminal is designed to connect with all networks via multiple, simultaneous, full performance links. Previous designs have been shown in field tests with the US and UK governments and several satellite operators demonstrating multiple, simultaneous connections across LEO, MEO and GEO orbits. It has also added 3G, 4G and 5G cellular multi-network integration plug-and-play options.
The company is based in Reading, UK, and has raised $97m for the design and production of the terminal as associated services. It says it has a significant backlog of commercial and NATO defence customers with production by the end of 2022.
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“With the growing capabilities of the next generation of satellite NGSO and HTS ecosystems, and the pressing need to connect satellites in different orbits, we have created the next chapter for the all-important ground segment,” said John Finney, Founder and CEO of all.space.
“We are leading the industry to the fifth generation of ground systems with our smart terminals. This will be a catalyst for a whole new era of communications, defined by multiple full-performance connections, power and waveform integration, computing, resource control, and intelligent routing that enables a range of value-added software-defined services,” he said, “These services deliver edge-based intelligence, decision making, and operational efficiency capabilities to our customers.”
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