In today's connected world, military troops want to keep in touch with their family, friends and social networks—no matter where they are. Service personnel deployed on remote missions or patrolling far-off seas expect the same experience they have back home, making connectivity for military personnel an essential recruiting and retention tool—especially for naval forces.
Our morale, welfare, and recreation solution provides fast, always-on connectivity, enabling access to a wide range of online, multimedia, and communication services. We connect vessels of every size, in any body of water or port in the world, as well as in-field deployed mission camps dispersed across different parts of the globe. Our multi-orbit satellite fleet includes global GEO coverage and high-throughput, low-latency connectivity via our O3b MEO constellation.
Combined with our powerful ground network, a broad portfolio of Ascent Lifecycle Services, and established partnerships, we have the ability to tailor your fully managed connectivity offering to support troops with an entertainment and communication experience comparable to what they receive at home, and using their own devices. By providing entertainment, education, and a link to their families, we help improve morale and welfare, and retention in service.
You will benefit from:
A global multi-orbit fleet that provides resilient, always-on connectivity
Managed high-performance bandwidth in multiple frequencies (Ku-, Ka-, C-band)
Quick-deploy transportable, semi-permanent and maritime VSAT terminals
Partnerships with content providers to offer a suite of applications via a tailored portal
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