Small Satellites, Big Missions
Starlink plans to launch as many as 42,000 satellites to enable high speed connectivity across the globe.
Starlink’s advanced LEO satellites can provide download speeds from 100 Mbps to 350 Mbps and delays of 20 ms.
As coverage and inter-satellite links expand, Starlink will deliver high-speed broadband internet to locations where access has been unreliable or completely unavailable.
Cost effective monthly plan options provide customers with flexibility.
Bring Real-time Enterprise Closer
Starlink Enterprise and Maritime service effortlessly augments and accelerates remote operations – from mine sties, NGOs and energy sites, to merchant shipping, cruises and yachts.
Diversity & Redundancy
Strengthen remote site diversity when layering in Starlink with traditional GEO and 4G/5G services for optimal redundancy and expanded out of band management options.
Seamless and Fully Managed
Integrate Starlink with other connectivity paths to make 100% uptime a reality via Speedcast’s SIGMA network management platform and SD-WAN services.
Maximize edge compute power to store, process, analyze and transport IoT data at remote locations.
Modernize and expand internet connectivity to the most remote areas across the globe with the world’s most innovative VSAT technology and streamlined installation, commissioning and maintenance.
Remote Staff & Crew Welfare
Leverage Starlink for simplified morale and welfare connectivity, effortlessly segregated from corporate networking for improved levels of security while removing competing network priorities.
High Performance Antenna
- Dimensions: 57 x 51 cm (22″ x 20″)
- Weight (with cable): 7.2 kg (16 lbs)
- Height: 67.8 cm (26.7″)
- Mast diameter: 3.4 cm (1.3″)
- Operating Temperature: -30°C to +50°C (-22°F to +122°F)
- Outdoor use – IP56 rated
- Input: 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 6.3A Max
- Outdoor use – IP56 rated
- IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac standards
- Dual band 2.4GHz and 5GHz
- 3×3, MU-MIMO
- WPA2 and WPA3 security
- Operating Temperature: -22°F to +122°F (-30°C to +50°C)
- IP54 rated (water resistant), configured for indoor use
- Dimensions: length 56.4 x 56.3 x 12.1cm (22.2″ x 22.1″ x 4.7″)
Are you ready for high-speed LEO connectivity?
We’re bringing Starlink and OneWeb to Speedcast’s energy, enterprise and passenger and commercial maritime customers as the new LEO services continue to expand. As a trusted, agnostic integrator of next-generation technologies for customers, we’re excited to add these next-generation options to our toolkit to make ubiquitous connectivity a reality for remote operations around the world.
LEO Service Trial in Hamburg
Starlink is rolling out next generation LEO satellites that promise faster speeds and increased throughput. Speedcast is now authorized by Starlink to bring the new LEO service to customers. The new non-geostationary orbit constellation will be integrated through Speedcast’s SIGMA network management platform and leading SD-WAN solutions.
Taming the Complexity of Multi-path, Multi-Orbit Connectivity
There have never been more opportunities for connectivity with vessels, platforms and places beyond the edge of today’s terrestrial networks. There has also never been greater complexity, with a growing number of communication paths, satellite orbits, unique networks and specialized technologies coming to the market.
Check out the different ways to take cost-effective advantage of these developments today with the least downside risk to operations and how to future proof these solutions to take advantage of tomorrow’s innovations.
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Multi-path, Multi-orbit Connectivity
Find out our latest thinking on how to tame the multi-path, multi-orbit connectivity challenge