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SES’s O3b mPOWER, its second-generation software-enabled satellite system, is now operational and can provide high-performance connectivity services around the globe.

Exclusive: SES: Redefining Satellite Services With O3b mPOWER

SES is set to revolutionize connectivity with the launch of six cutting-edge O3b mPOWER satellites, positioned in medium Earth orbit approximately 8,000 kilometers from the Earth. Backed by robust ground infrastructure globally, SES will soon roll out a range of connectivity services for O3b mPOWER customers. From speeds of tens of megabits per second to multiple gigabits per second, these services promise unparalleled reliability and performance.

Exclusive: The Innovation Power of O3b mPOWER

To date, SES has launched six out of 13 O3b mPOWER high-throughput and low-latency satellites, which, together with strategically located satellite ground stations, enable SES to serve customers across multiple market segments around the world. With the O3b mPOWER system now operational, SES has strengthened its unique MEO network capabilities by complementing its O3b constellation.

The launch of the next two O3b mPOWER satellites is expected in late 2024.

Leveraging its MEO and geostationary (GEO) networks, alongside access to low Earth orbit (LEO) solutions through strategic partnerships, SES stands out as a comprehensive orbital solutions provider. Offering a compelling mix of high data rates, minimal latency, dependable service, and adaptable solutions, SES is primed to meet the diverse needs of customers worldwide.

Exclusive: SES Networks’ New mPOWER Satellites Will Be an Industry Game-Changer

“We are very excited that O3b mPOWER is now ready to serve our customers around the world. Over the last few years, our SES team, along with our technology partners across space and ground segments, have worked tirelessly to bring our O3b mPOWER system online. I’m proud to say that all the core infrastructure is deployed, tested and ready on a global basis,” said Adel Al-Saleh, CEO of SES. “The demand for O3b mPOWER solutions is very high, and this moment has been long-awaited by our customers. Over the coming weeks we will work with our mobility, government, enterprise and cloud customers on O3b mPOWER onboarding plans. We’re eager to empower their operations with reliable, high-performance, and secure services.”

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