Not all satellite networks are 5G ready. In this two-minute video, discover what it takes to extend 5G network edge, anywhere.
Introducing the world’s first 5G-ready satellite backhaul service
Beyond terrestrial: unlock the opportunities
Most mobile base stations are connected by fibre or microwave. But, in mountainous regions, low-density villages, or for remote industry, the economics of investing in this infrastructure are risky.
Our managed mobile backhaul service uses satellite to connect your core network with hard-to-reach locations – from a single site to multi-tower aggregation. O3b mPOWER, the most advanced addition to our multi-orbit satellite fleet, means we are 5G-ready and can service any bandwidth need, from megabits to gigabits.
Reach new customers
Fulfil universal service obligations
Connect to remote enterprise
Grow your business
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Mobile backhaul (GEO)
Our wide beam and HTS Ku-band satellites deliver the reliability and performance MNOs need to rapidly extend networks and meet universal service obligations.
Mobile Backhaul (via SES-17)
Our next-generation Ka-band geostationary (GEO) satellite, SES-17, enables you to reach any market in the Americas with reliable, scalable core network extension.
Mobile Backhaul mPOWERED
A carrier-grade, 5G-ready aggregation or tower backhaul connection, delivering uncontended bandwidth up to multiple gigabits per second per site.
What makes O3b mPOWER the only 5G-ready backhaul system?
Scalable to multiple gigabits per second per site.
One hop between any remote site or edge compute node to the mobile core or the cloud.
Based on proven, market-validated MEO technology.
You have control to allocate bandwidth among remote sites, based on demand.
What our customers say
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