DataPath to Partnership with Fleet Operators to Offer End-To-End Connectivity Solutions
FREMONT, CA: DataPath has recently announced its partnership with four industry leading satellite fleet operators to significantly explore its capability to deliver end-to-end solutions to government and commercial markets. DataPath was held on March 7-10, 2016 at the Gaylord National Convention Center, National Harbor, Md.
Few days back, the company had announced its first sale of ‘Inmarsat's Global Xpress’ (GX) service to a U.S. government customer as a monthly subscription services to its government. Inmarsat Global Xpress is also an end-to-end wideband satellite connectivity service that supports high definition voice, video and data applications in a variety of operating environments.
Now, DataPath has signed additional agreements with operators including Intelsat, Boeing Commercial Satellite Services, and XTAR to expand its reach in order to render smooth end-to-end connectivity solution.
DataPath, a leading provider of information technology solutions and remote field communications to the aerospace, government, broadcast, and infrastructure markets, will offer comprehensive solutions including satellite bandwidth in both military and commercial frequencies. The frequency bandwidth includes X-band, UHF-band, Ka-band, Ku-band, and C-Band.
All DataPath offerings are supported by a 24/7 Network Operations Center (NOC) and a globally deployed field services team. DataPath's current offerings along with the new bandwidth services enable the company to provide not just equipment and services, but a complete end-to-end communications solution, to the customer.
"Customers in government and commercial markets alike are increasingly looking to service providers for complete turn-key solutions, rather just than buying hardware, field services and connectivity separately," said David Myers, President and CEO of DataPath. "To meet this demand, DataPath is expanding its portfolio with an array of network services including next-generation high-throughput satellite bandwidth. These new partnerships enhance our ability to deliver comprehensive solutions and further our commitment to ensure we have the products, services and technologies to meet our customers' emerging needs."
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