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Inmarsat is global mobile satellite communications providers. The Inmarsat I-4 satellites, is the largest commercial communications spacecraft, form the backbone of Inmarsat's Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) services. Using satellite network, Inmarsat provides wireless communication services on land, at sea and in the air. (voice and data telecommunications solutions to cabin and cockpit).

BGAN: Global Broadband service
BGAN delivers broadband access across most of the world’s land mass. Guaranteed data rates on demand, with a choice of data rates, are available. BGAN supports the latest IP services, as well as traditional circuit-switched voice and data. BGAN supports legacy applications providing a smooth upgrade path to IP and integrating seamlessly with corporate networks.

BGAN terminals are portable, compact and lightweight and can be carried as easily as a laptop. Terminals can be connected quickly and easily to multiple laptops via wired or wireless connections, including Bluetooth or WiFi, depending on the terminal. Terminals can be used indoors and outdoors and are robust enough to withstand challenging environments and extremes of temperature .

High-speed wireless IP data (up to 492 kbps) and circuit-switched network. Internet access via public, private, static and dynamic IP addresses to support applications and network requests. Guaranteed Access secures guaranteed capacity. Familiar GAN-standard 64 kbps ISDN, Fax and 4.8 kbps voice to fixed, mobile and any other mobile satellite service.

BGAN X-Stream
BGAN X-Stream is Inmarsat’s new premium IP streaming service. It guarantees streaming data rates from a minimum of 384kbps up to approximately 450kbps, on demand. These are the fastest on demand streaming rates in the world of mobile satellite communications.

Using a single, highly compact, lightweight BGAN terminal, can deliver even higher quality video back to the studio when broadcasting remotely. There is no need for an external antenna or any additional hardware - just use your existing Hughes HNS 9201 or Thrane & Thrane EXPLORER™ 700 terminal.

BGAN X-Stream will be accessible in EMEA from 20 April 2009 and globally from the end of June 2009. To access the service, contact your BGAN service provider or download the FAQs for more detailed information.

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