This week the GRC G2 Solutions team are in Cyprus attending the Inmarsat Global Xpress (GX) Bootcamp. The next couple of days will see GRC gearing up alongside Inmarsat and partners for the full global launch of Inmarsat’s new GX services.
GRC have been proud supporters and suppliers of Inmarsat’s satellite services for a number of years. The new US$1.6bn Inmarsat-5 F2 (I-5 F2) satellite has been launched and airborne since the 1st of February 2015, and GRC have been working keenly towards the full roll out and delivery of this new faster, chunkier bandwidth bearing network.
The new Global Xpress (GX) network will not only deliver broadband speeds which are more than 100 times faster than the Inmarsat’s fourth generation (I-4) constellation; but offers opportunities for end-users, in both the public and private sectors, to significantly enhance their connectivity and bandwidth even in the most remote and inaccessible regions of the world.
GRC Scytale and Scytale Lite customers who use these portable, private communication networks are good examples of particular beneficiaries for this supercharged new airtime and data service. It is ideal for military, aid agencys, emergency responders and commercial users that require fast, flexible communications and with the choice of a secure VPN.
As Inmarsat are industry leaders and pioneers of mobile satellite communications GRC work closely with Inmarsat to deliver the best supporting coverage and service to our own customers. Working perfectly with our Connect 100, Connect 100T, Atom 65, Connect 180, G-3075 and G-5075 Antenna Systems; the quality, reliability and speed that this new orbital GX satellite now offers is a major step in the best direction.