'Immarsat Government' Enhance Website

Press Release
Monday, June 11, 2012

Inmarsat Government launches a new website, designed to reflect its new identity following the company's reorganisation

In January 2012, Inmarsat's U.S. government functions were combined with those of Stratos and Segovia and rebranded as Inmarsat Government.

The consolidated organisation provides global, secure, communication solutions to meet the U.S. government's mission-critical telecommunication needs.

The website provides customers and partners with an in-depth understanding of its offerings and how these solutions can be best implemented through a wide range of secure products, infrastructure and contract vehicles.

Inmarsat Government's solutions bring together satellite capacity, terrestrial infrastructure, customer support, and Information Assurance to meet mission demands of a wide range of U.S. government users.

These solutions are platform-agnostic and fully interoperable with existing customer infrastructure. They will also integrate easily with Inmarsat's new global Ka-band network, Global Xpresstm, to be launched in 2013.

 

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