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LeoSat Opens Office in The Hague

LeoSat Opens Office in The Hague

LeoSat Opens Office in The Hague. CEO Mark Rigolle said: “We believe The Hague will be an excellent location to develop our European operations and create new opportunities for our customers, stakeholders and staff. We are looking forward to bringing an additional dimension to the established high tech pool.”

The Arctic Journal

The Arctic Journal

The Arctic Journal talks to Ronald van der Breggen about connectivity needs in the region. LeoSat is a key solution.

Via Satellite October 2016

Via Satellite October 2016

"Multiple FSS Operators Musing a Stake in LeoSat". Via Satellite talks to LeoSat's CEO Mark Rigolle to get the latest on developing a unique new data network for business users.

Aerospatium

Aerospatium

LeoSat Goes Into High Gear With First Customer and Contract for Constellation Development. Aerospatium Magazine looks at LeoSat's progress to date.

Ronald van der Breggen, Chief Commercial Officer, LeoSat, discusses a unique data network solution for smarter oilfields. | Energy Global Blog: Seeking Smarter Oilfields : 29/06/2016

Ronald van der Breggen, Chief Commercial Officer, LeoSat, discusses a unique data network solution for smarter oilfields. | Energy Global Blog: Seeking Smarter Oilfields : 29/06/2016

The ‘Digital Oilfield’ has been evolving for over 30 years. All being driven by developments in software and smart hardware designed to improve O&G operational efficiency, optimisation, decision-making, collaboration and integration into production planning. With advances in telecommunication using fibre and microwave, much has been improved, but a lot is still left to be desired, particularly in the remote and harsh environments where oil and gas assets typically operate and which are only addr

LeoSat is developing a laser-connected satellite network that promises fast throughput, low latency, and security. | Network Computing: 02/06/2016

LeoSat is developing a laser-connected satellite network that promises fast throughput, low latency, and security. | Network Computing: 02/06/2016

The current perception of satellite technology used for data transport is far from positive. It suffers from high latency, provides little throughput, and is costly. For most network engineers, it's an absolute last resort when there are no other alternatives. But what if it didn't have to be that way? What if a satellite constellation were designed to the point where it provided an enterprise-grade connectivity, low latency, high throughput, and cost-effective solution anywhere in the world?

LeoSat Appoints Diederik Kelder as SVP Corporate & Business Development | Press Release: 07/03/2016

LeoSat Appoints Diederik Kelder as SVP Corporate & Business Development | Press Release: 07/03/2016

“What attracted me to LeoSat is that it was conceived from a customer need perspective. What really excites me is that we use the best satellite technology has on offer to, not only carry large data volumes premise-to-premise, but in many scenarios do so with lower latencies than terrestrial solutions; simply because light travels faster through space than through fiber”.

Never Mind the Unconnected Masses, LeoSat’s Broadband Constellation is Strictly Business | Space News: 20/11/2015

Never Mind the Unconnected Masses, LeoSat’s Broadband Constellation is Strictly Business | Space News: 20/11/2015

Unlike most large constellations that have surfaced in the past couple of years, LeoSat remains resolutely business-to-business. Its customers are not individual consumers in connectivity-starved locales, but corporate giants that need to move large quantities of data quickly and securely from one place to another, with about equal amounts of traffic moving in both directions….

Industry Veteran Mark Rigolle Named as LeoSat’s New Chief Executive New company launching the first networked HTS satellites in low-earth-orbit | Press Release: Mark Rigolle: 14/09/2015

Industry Veteran Mark Rigolle Named as LeoSat’s New Chief Executive New company launching the first networked HTS satellites in low-earth-orbit | Press Release: Mark Rigolle: 14/09/2015

“I am excited to be joining LeoSat at the moment it is developing from a project to a fully operational company," Rigolle said. "LeoSat has formulated a unique proposition to address real market needs of business customers around the globe, utilizing key attributes of low latency, high throughput and security”.

Cliff Anders, Chairman and Founder of LeoSat talks to Satcom Post about the origins and unique solution provided by LeoSat | Satcom Post: 09/09/2015

Cliff Anders, Chairman and Founder of LeoSat talks to Satcom Post about the origins and unique solution provided by LeoSat | Satcom Post: 09/09/2015

“We aim to provide extremely low latency and thus high-performance networking. Since we don’t use bent pipe architecture, we measure latency by how many hops he client’s data must pass to its destination. We project being able to carry high-bandwidth data from New York to Tokyo with a latency of under 140ms RTT. That is faster than the fastest fiber routes today”.