Satcube to Exhibit Portable Ku-Band Satellite Terminal at Satellite 2019

Satcube, a disruptive company in the satellite communications arena that manufactures game-changing portable terminals to provide high-performance broadband access anywhere, will demonstrate its award-winning Satcube Ku satellite terminal at Satellite 2019. Satellite 2019 will take place in Washington DC from May 6th – 9th.

The innovative Satcube Ku satellite terminal is a compact, user-friendly device that delivers quick connectivity empowering people at work to communicate and deliver critical services. The highly intuitive user interface makes operation as simple as using an iPhone; no engineers, no complexity. It can be online in under a minute.

Satcube’s technology is specifically developed to tap High Throughput Satellites (HTS) to fulfill high capacity communication needs, targeting industry verticals and workplaces requiring broadband connectivity where limited or no 3G/4G connectivity is available. The benchmark Satcube Ku terminal challenge traditional BGAN devices, significantly outperforming BGAN in size, speed, ease-of-use, and cost.

Satcube Ku highlights and Satellite 2019 demonstrations

  • Compact and lightweight, feature-rich GUI: Red Dot Design winner 2019
  • Benchmark, portable satellite terminal enabling rapid broadband connectivity almost anywhere on earth, with no need for engineering expertise
  • Significantly outperforms BGAN devices and services in size, speed, ease-of-use, and cost
  • Designed for broadcast media, emergency responders, public safety organizations, telemedicine, NGO´s, those in remote work locations needing high capacity communications

Satcube provides seamless broadband connectivity over satellite through easy to use, lightweight terminals. The innovative Satcube Ku portable satellite terminal is a highly compact, user-friendly device that delivers quick connectivity empowering people at work, businesses and global organizations, to communicate and deliver critical services at any time.

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