Eutelsat Communications announced the completion of its all-share combination with OneWeb, the global low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite communications network, following the approval today at the Ordinary and Extraordinary General Meeting of Eutelsat shareholders. This combination forms the Eutelsat Group. The newly formed Eutelsat Group is strategically positioned to be a global leader in space communications. Eutelsat’s powerful GEO fleet will combine network density and high throughput with the low latency and ubiquity of OneWeb’s LEO constellation to offer customers global, fully integrated connectivity services.
This September, OneWeb will be launching a “try before you buy” service with the Kymeta Peregrine u8 LEO terminal, a new UT purpose built for maritime applications. Kymeta’s compact, low-power UT, pairs seamlessly with OneWeb’s LEO network.
A Champions League qualifier match hosted in the Faroe Islands has been broadcast to viewers across multiple TV and streaming platforms around the world via the OneWeb network, thanks to our work with our partners and colleagues at Network Innovations and Open Broadcast Systems – all delivered through Kymeta Corporation’s u8 user terminal.
BT and OneWeb, in partnership with the UK government, are now delivering high-speed, low-latency internet connectivity to Lundy Island, North Devon, providing it with reliable connectivity for the first time.
OneWeb, the global low Earth orbit (LEO) communications network, today announced the expansion of its connectivity services throughout Europe and the majority of the United States as it scales toward global service. Satellite-powered connectivity through OneWeb is now reaching regions above the latitude of 35 degrees north.
Telstra and OneWeb are gearing up for rollout of the OneWeb’s low Earth Orbit (LEO) backhaul to strengthen mobile connectivity across Australia. The strategic alliance represents one of the world’s most extensive LEO deployments, aiming to boost real-time applications and expand network reach in remote areas.
OneWeb, a global low Earth orbit (LEO) communications network, is introducing its new ‘Try Before You Buy’ maritime service. It provides maritime users with access to high-speed, flexible connectivity at sea through its fully operational satellite constellation.
The Icelandic government has initiated a program to assess the suitability of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) space-based connectivity across the Arctic nation in partnership with a satellite communications company, OneWeb. Iceland will initially evaluate OneWeb’s Global Connectivity Solution over the course of a three-month trial period. It will then have the option to extend services indefinitely, which could include the deployment of additional ground-based infrastructure as well as airborne, maritime, and on-the-pause/on-the-move UTs.
OneWeb Launch 19 brings the total OneWeb constellation to 634 satellites, increasing redundancy and resiliency as global coverage nears activation. This launch also includes innovative JoeySat, a demonstration satellite previewing next-generation capabilities.
Swedish Space Corporation (SSC) signs ten-year contract with OneWeb for a Satellite Network Portal (SNP) in Yellowknife, NW, Canada. This new SNP will deliver increased bandwidth, performance, and resiliency to all OneWeb services active today across Northern Canada.
OneWeb and iSAT Africa LTD have signed a Distribution Partnership Agreement to bring high-speed, low-latency broadband connectivity across Africa. As a result, iSAT Africa will drive a shared objective of connecting the unconnected and serving the underserved communities of Africa, which in turn will help iSAT Africa grow the regional economy, improve access to education and health care, and give people and communities across the continent more power by providing reliable, high-speed broadband connection.
OneWeb and NOW Corporation sign Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Combined connectivity to provide clean, secure, SLA-based connectivity to critical infrastructures that underpin the country’s digital economy.
OneWeb’s high-speed, low latency LEO network will deliver connectivity for trials through its partners BT and Clarus.
OneWeb’s 18th successful launch expands its satellite constellation to 618, marking a crucial step in providing global coverage. The LVM3 launch vehicle contributes to India’s prominent role in the commercial launch service market.
OneWeb has announced that it has signed a letter of intent with Amazon Web Services EMEA SARL (AWS) to explore providing cloud-based connectivity and innovative services to customers worldwide. The collaboration between OneWeb and AWS aims to expand both horizontal and vertical services to provide customizable and integrated solutions for edge-to-edge operations.
OneWeb and Orange have announced a distribution agreement to expand connectivity services in various regions of the world, including Europe, Africa, and Latin America. The partnership is aimed at offering enhanced connectivity to enterprise customers and telco operators in remote areas that were previously unreachable with improved latency.
The Royal Air Force has agreed to a new partnership with OneWeb, which will see the low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite communications company sign a two-season prime sponsorship deal with the RAF’s Rugby Union (RAFRU) teams. This sponsorship gives Oneweb the opportunity to understand better how the RAF operates and also allows them to better understand how its global connectivity platform can meet the future demands of defense around the world.
Galaxy Broadband signs a US$50 million multi-year deal to provide OneWeb’s low Earth orbit satellite services to Canada. Deal includes a new Internet service to communities in the northern territory of Nunavut.
OneWeb and Kazakhstan National Railways Company “Kazakhstan Temir Zholy” sign a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate in fixed and land mobility LEO satellite connectivity services. The MoU will facilitate the transformation of the National Railways into an international multimodal digital logistics operator.
OneWeb and Intellian, the leading global provider of multi-constellation, feature-rich, future-proof satellite user terminal and communications solutions, announce the success of their joint over-the-air demonstration, using Intellian’s integrated, small form-factor Electronically Scanned Array (ESA) user terminal, operating in a live commercial network environment facilitated by OneWeb.
OneWeb successfully deployed 40 satellites via SpaceX from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on Jan 10th. This launch 16 brings the total OneWeb constellation to 542 satellites – over 80% of the satellite fleet is now in orbit.
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) plans to auction 5,500 MHz of 5G spectrum in the millimeter wave (37.0–42.5 GHz) band, valued at over Rs 35,000 crore. The spectrum can potentially be used for private networks in addition to mobile and satellite services.