Enabling quick access to seamless satellite broadband
The Satcube terminal features a compact design that is highly suitable for a wide range of users, such as broadcast media, emergency response, law enforcement, public safety organizations, telemedicine, NGO’s, corporate executives and more.
Satcube Ku enables users to create an easy to use Wi-Fi hotspot and get high-speed broadband connection in less than a minute to execute critical on-the-spot work assignments and communication.
Kymeta and Satcube
Lepton Global Solutions, a Kymeta company, has partnered with Satcube to offer their class of extremely small VSAT terminals to Lepton’s global satellite network. Lepton will offer Satcube Ku terminals globally as a comms-on-the-pause solution that are complementary to the Kymeta u8 comms-on-the-move offering, running both on the same frequencies with easily transportable and operated hardware.
Together, Lepton Global Solutions and Satcube are challenging the traditional ways satellite communications are delivered and consumed through highly automated, easily transportable products low in size, weight, and power. The goal of the partnership is to deliver world-class technology and services to defense, public safety, and commercial customers globally. Both the Satcube and the u8 terminal are designed to fulfill tactical, easy-to-use operational requirements. Their differing form factors and capability sets address differing applications of users on the move.
Jakob Kallmer, CEO and Founder
“This partnership will allow our companies to better meet the requirements of our complementary customers and provide solutions that fit the needs of a broader audience. Our relationship with Lepton will enable Satcube to provide a more seamless and reliable connectivity experience to our customers globally, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to be working together.”
Isabel LeBoutillier, Vice President of Kymeta Connect and Government Programs
“Most commercial satellite service networks are designed for larger aperture antennas that operate at broadside, which means that smaller, flat-panel terminals like the Satcube and u8 are not globally supported. Our network has been built from the ground up to accommodate the technical requirements of this newer class of extremely small, flat-panel VSAT terminals. The partnership with Satcube will allow us to deliver superior connectivity options for more applications to our mobile customers.”