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Inmarsat to deliver Data Communications


Inmarsat recently stated that Astrium has been awarded a contract to build three satellites for its fourth generation broadband satellite network, the Inmarsat I-4. The new Broadband Global Area Network will enable Inmarsat to deliver Internet and intranet content and solutions, video-on-demand, video conferencing, fax, e-mail, voice and LAN access at speeds up to 432kbit/s virtually anywhere in the world via notebook or palm top computers.

The network - planned to be operational during 2004 - will also be compatible with third generation (3G) mobile systems.

The Inmarsat I-4 satellites will be 100 times more powerful than Inmarsat's current world leading global mobile 64kbit/s network. In addition the new Broadband Global Area Network (B-GAN) will provide at least ten times the capacity for new users.

The new network will be interoperable with Inmarsat's current I-3 satellite network allowing existing users to migrate seamlessly on to the new system and take advantage of new enhanced capabilities.


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