ALL.SPACE Reveals Commercial Launch Plans for Multi-Link, All-Orbit Antenna and Investments in Additional Production Capacity to Meet Demand
Multi-link terminal to enable all-orbit satellite connectivity across commercial and government markets set to launch in H2 2022
Reading, UK/Washington, DC – 21 March 2022 – Isotropic Systems, the leading developer of transformational multi-link satellite technology, today announced the first generation of its all-orbit antenna far exceeds production capacity in 2022 and the first half of 2023, ahead of commercial rollout in the second half of this year. Isotropic Systems is increasing its planned investment into additional production capacity and expanding its facilities worldwide in order to keep up with demand.
Validating the significant demand for government and commercial high-throughput connectivity is reflected in an early wave of contractual commitments with major Defense and Commercial entities for the world’s only device, capable of simultaneously connecting with multiple satellites in every orbit without any restrictions on individual link performance at any time.
Simultaneous all-orbit connectivity enables an unprecedented level of real-time redundancy and resiliency, and the ability to deliver high-throughput communications capabilities virtually anywhere in the world, on land, at sea, and in flight.
Isotropic Systems’ software defined connectivity platform unlocks next-generation capabilities in connectivity designed to target a wide range of sectors through a highly innovative modular architecture that scales to match the full range of cost and performance needs in each industry vertical. Isotropic Systems contractual backlog covers the biggest names commercial and defense applications:
“Solving the problem of unlocking space, and taking away the trade-offs in bandwidth, costs, application support, real-estate and skill to install and maintain yesterday’s antennas, has been our mission to solve the last remaining piece of the puzzle for our industry. We believe the superior way to enable the satellite ecosystem, is to unlock the capability to combine, the best satellite options and stay connected simultaneously but do so, without compromising cost, performance, or real-estate. That’s Isotropic, that’s what we do.” said John Finney, Isotropic Systems CEO. “Our industry is opening up with many sovereign, commercial and military satellite networks all providing unique value through innovation. The industry bottleneck is removed, we enable you to light up the sky, connect to all, all of the time, anywhere and everywhere and reimagine what you can accomplish.
As Isotropic Systems nears commercial rollout and ramps up to full production capacity, the company expects to double in size as it continues to hire more technologists and engineers over the next year to further new development and overall manufacturing capabilities.
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About Isotropic Systems
With offices in the UK and US, Isotropic Systems is developing the world’s first multi-service, high-bandwidth, low power, fully integrated high throughput terminals designed to support the satellite industry to ‘reach beyond’ traditional markets and acquire new customers with a full suite of high throughput services. The company’s team of industry experts and scientists has pioneered several firsts in satellite terminal design resulting in a line of terminals that are customizable to meet the performance, cost and power requirements of countless applications – from the most complex government defence systems and mobile backhaul solutions capable of extending 5G, to next-gen connected experiences aboard commercial airliners, cruise ships, offshore rigs, and even small fishing boats at sea.
Investors in Isotropic Systems include Boeing HorizonX Global Ventures, SES and Promus Ventures through its Luxembourg based space investment fund, Orbital Ventures, Seraphim Capital, Firmament Ventures, Space Angels and family office investors such as Waterlow Management Limited. Further information is available at www.isotropicsystems.com.