Satellite networks

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Headquartered in the United Arab Emirates, Thuraya’s satellite communication services.

Thuraya’s L-band network delivers voice, data, M2M and aero communication services to sectors such as government, marine, relief, enterprise, energy, aviation, media and leisure.

Thuraya operates 2 geostationary satellites and provides telecommunications coverage in more than 150 countries in Europe, the Middle East, North, Central and East Africa, Asia and Australia.

For more information check Thuraya website

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Inmarsat is British telecommunication company.

Inmarsat provides global coverage (except poles) by utilising 3 constellations of geostationary satellites and providing services for Consumer, Government, Enterprise, Maritime and Aviation group of customers. Inmarsat's network provides Voice, Broadband, M2M, Global Xpress, Safety, VSAT and TVRO services.

For more information check Inmarsat website



Iridium Communications is American Public company.

Iridium operates a system of 66 active satellites used for worldwide voice and data communication.

The Iridium network is unique in that it covers the whole planet, including poles, oceans and airways. The satellites are in six polar low Eart orbital planes at a height of approx. 780 km.

For more information check Iridium website