More than half of the world's population has no access to the internet. Connecting the unconnected is critical to increasingly economic productivity, particularly in developing markets, and represents a key path to revenue growth for service providers.
Satellite technology is well-positioned to play a key role in providing connectivity to underserved areas – yet existing widebeam systems have struggled to keep pace with end-user demand for bandwidth.
Harnessing the power of HTS satellites
SES has made strategic investments in next-generation GEO high-throughput satellites that bring exceptional broadband to key industry verticals such as telecom, energy, government, maritime and cloud. Our GEO HTS assets provide global coverage and enable robust Ku-band services leveraging flexible spot-beam technology. Combined with our O3b MEO constellation, our GEO HTS satellites deliver the industry’s only multi-orbit, multi-band offering that provides unprecedented network resiliency and intelligent, application-aware load balancing.
Global Ku-band coverage for services across all key industry verticals
Expansive capacity available for enabling virtual network operators
With customers relying on their mobile network for their very livelihood, Tigo Tchad required a partner who could quickly refurbish 40 of their cell sites and establish an in-country teleport with limited downtime.