UltiSat, a global provider of essential communications solutions, has announced a new distribution agreement with OneWeb Technologies to include its LEO-based satellite communications services in the UltiSat portfolio for the government and mobility industries.
The deal is part of UltiSat’s continuous product and service expansion plan, which began in late 2021. To enable worldwide end-to-end connectivity, the distribution agreement will make use of OneWeb’s expanding fleet of LEO communications satellites and approved remote terminals. Equipment integration, field services, 24×7 customer support, logistics and lifecycle management will be provided by UltiSat. UltiSat and OneWeb Technologies will collaborate to make a wider selection of client application environments more accessible, all of which will be commercially available and operated as a service.
UltiSat has also announced a strategic distribution and integration deal with Cobham Satcom, a prominent global provider of land and maritime satellite communications solutions to the government and enterprise sectors.
UltiSat and Cobham Satcom have reached an agreement that allows both companies to increase their market reach while also providing the Department of Defense and NATO allies with seamless access to Cobham Satcom’s powerful satellite tracking technologies. UltiSat will operate as a preferred technology integration partner for Cobham systems, including sales, installation, field services, lifecycle management and optional connectivity.
David Myers, President and CEO at UltiSat, commented: ” Cobham Satcom’s technologies are market leading. Not only do they provide resilient and secure communication capabilities, but their products are designed with the end-users in mind. Thoughtful features and a common interface, make speed and ease of deployment true benefits for operators in the field. We are excited to welcome the Cobham Satcom family of terminals into the UltiSat solution portfolio.”
UltiSat’s product and service growth strategy has already featured many additions, including Intelsat’s FlexAir for airborne communications, and recent collaborations with manufacturers of electronically steerable array (ESA) satellite antennas and secure baseband remote terminal technology. As part of its goal to become a trusted one-stop-shop for secure and specialist communications for government, humanitarian relief and critical infrastructure operations, it is anticipated that UltiSat will continue introducing additional products to its portfolio.