ExecutiveBiz spoke with Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, senior vice president of government policy and strategy at Inmarsat, in its most recent Executive Spotlight interview posted Monday. She talked about the company’s growth strategies, the potential use of 5G and internet of things capabilities to develop global networks and the space technology market’s challenges.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview with Cowen-Hirsch discussing Inmarsat’s ORCHESTRA and ELERA services:
“With ORCHESTRA, we’re looking to combine the additional elements of 5G, machine learning and cloud-based services to put together this hybrid network of multiple frequency bands and eventually add a LEO combination for a multi-dimensional, dynamic mesh network that integrates GEO, LEO and 5G into a single advanced solution for global mobility.
ELERA reflects Inmarsat’s long-term commitment to the future of narrowband services, demonstrated by the imminent launch of our sixth-generation ‘I-6’ satellites, the fastest ever commercial L-band service, and the low-cost, smallest form factor terminal for global mobile connectivity.”
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