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Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch: Inmarsat’s Global Xpress Could Support Mobile Gov’t Users

Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Oct. 31, 2016 — Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, a senior vice president at Inmarsat, has said the company’s Global Xpress commercial satellite network could help address the mobile needs of government users, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

Global Xpress is a commercial Ka-band network designed to work with government military satellite communications and support the mobile, on-demand communication needs of the U.S. government, Cowen-Hirsch wrote in a blog post published Tuesday.

The network utilizes a spot beam architecture in an effort to deliver uninterrupted connectivity during demand surges, has worldwide availability, supports milsatcom augmentation, provides end-to-end managed service and is adaptable to user requirements,  Cowen-Hirsch said.

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