Orbsat Corp announced today that its Global Telesat Communications (GTC) subsidiary has entered into a global sales and distribution partnership with Kymeta for its full line of unique Ku-band flat-panel satellite communication terminals.
Kymeta is a communications company offering connectivity solutions powered by the first electronically scanned, flat-panel satellite terminal designed for fixed and mobile platforms on land or sea. Featuring a lightweight, low-profile flat-panel design that has no moving parts, the Kymeta™ u7 Ku-band satellite terminal delivers reliable, seamless connectivity to satellite and hybrid satellite-cellular networks in a single, low-maintenance, and reliable package. Kymeta u7 Ku-band satellite terminals are designed for use in a wide array of applications on land or sea, including commercial shipping, freight and logistics, public transportation, and government, military, and first responder vehicles. Kymeta products also support fixed installations for use in remote connectivity and monitoring, real-time data collection, and analytics as well as business continuity.
“We believe that Kymeta represents the next wave of mobile connectivity technology with the potential to revolutionize the satellite communications industry, enabling high-speed Internet access while eliminating the need for the large and bulky antenna solutions commonly available today,” said David Phipps, Chief Executive Officer of Orbsat Corp. “We are excited to work with the team at Kymeta to offer this innovative connectivity solution to our growing global customer base.”
Neville Meijers, Kymeta’s Chief Commercial Officer, commented, “As Kymeta continues to expand the availability of our unique satellite antenna technology, firms like Orbsat with a track record of technical expertise and global sales and distribution reach, will be critical to our success. We look forward to our new relationship with Orbsat who will assist us in furthering our mission of bringing connectivity for everything, everywhere.”