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New Satellite Broadband Services for Military Personnel and Defense Contractors

November 1, 2009
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TS2 Satellite Technologies is introducing new satellite link products to the international market. These types of telecommunication products are mainly used by the companies that execute contracts in the Middle East and Asia, as well as by soldiers that are stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.


“Purchased bands give us unlimited possibilities of configuration and setting any telecommunication connections from the Middle East region and South-Western Asia. We can now build networks of any size on such satellites as Intelsat 10-02, Intelsat 901, ABS-1, ArabSat Badr-4 and NSS-6,” said Marcin Frackiewicz, President of TS2.

The new TS2 Satellite Technologies offer is a broadband Internet and corporate networks based on satellites. The operator’s broadband services enable two-way data transfer within the network and simultaneous Internet access. The company provides all dedicated VSAT services for demanding customers: VSAT Private Network, broadcasting services, SCPC/SCPC, SCPC/DVB, MESH services, STAR/DAMA, VSAT Mini Hub Solution and VNO.

“We provide secure and encrypted satellite connections particularly for the military sector, for any military units, literally in any part of the world, on the national firing ground and during all international trainings,” said Frackiewicz. “We have mobile and stationary solutions dedicated to work in difficult conditions.”

TS2 satellite services are used by the US Department of State, the United States Marine Corps (USMC), the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Australian Defense Force (ADF), the Command of the Polish Navy, the Air Force Institute of Technology, Lockheed Martin Information Technology, Halliburton Energy Services, KBR, General Dynamics Information Technology, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, L-3 Communications Vertex Aerospace, and the US Naval Research Laboratory.

The TS2 staff is monitoring the performance of the satellite network 24 hours a day, in order to enable immediate help in case of breakdown or receipt of alert. Due to technical conditions and favorable weather, the Teleport is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Therefore, the signal from the aerial is not disturbed by the weather conditions and all connection users of TS2 receive services of the highest availability. The Teleport configuration is fully redundant and the services are also available on the national market.

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