TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 24, 2017 âÂ Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, senior vice president for government strategy and policy at Inmarsat, has saidÂ she believes commercial satellite communications serves to support military satcom requirements amid potential operational challenges, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.
She told Federal News Radio in an interviewÂ postedÂ April 17 that theÂ companyâs Global XpressÂ network is an example of commercial satcom that is interoperable with military systems such as theÂ Wideband Global Satcom.
“We think that this provides not only significant operational flexibility but from the security standpoint, itâs highly resilient,” Cowen-Hirsch said.
“[Most] importantly, it makes the mission successful to be able to have this highly capable system and interoperable with military satellite communication.”
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