Satcube, a fast-growing European technology company that develops lightweight, portable terminals to provide critical satellite broadband, confirms it is providing its Satcube Ku terminals to the biggest media brands and NGO’s on the ground in Turkey and Ukraine. The terminals are used to enable the UN, Red Cross (ICRC), ITV, CBS News, NBC, and government agencies alike in earthquake-hit Turkey and war-stricken Ukraine to provide portable, mission-critical communication.
Amongst others, Satcube has ten active projects in Ukraine alone, including media houses such as CBS News, ABC News, ITV News, Norwegian Television NRK, and Danish TV channel TV2, plus the International Red Cross Geneva, UNHCR, and the US and European governments.
The portable satellite terminals are helping to save lives by enabling seamless broadband in disaster zones and hard-to-reach locations with on-the-spot satellite connectivity. Satcube’s rental service is also furnishing a rapid-deployment option for high-profile organizations on the go, such as NBC News.
“Satcube is where it happens,” confirms Robert Mellberg, Chief Commercial Officer & Partner, Satcube. From the war in Ukraine to disaster relief in Turkey and more, Satcube terminals are employed by renowned, global organizations, using our robust terminals and antenna technology to enable critical communication and furnish mission-critical connectivity.
Satcube terminals are able to provide satellite broadband almost anywhere on earth with connectivity from a strategic partner, Intelsat’s Flex Move on Intelsat Epic satellites. A rapidly expanding European developer and supplier, Satcube achieved an impressive 250% increase in revenue from 2021 to 2022. A highly attractive growth company, Satcube has recruited approximately two new employees per month over the last 12 months.
"Satellite connectivity enables journalists in the field to deliver breaking news regardless of the situation."
"Click the here to see how Richard Gaisford and his team from ITV have been empowered to deliver news from Ukraine with the support of the Satcube Ku.”
Satcube’s unique sourcing strategy and local production in Sweden support forward-thinking corporate social responsibility. Automated, local production in Sweden enables Satcube to realize a cost-efficient and reliable supply chain. In addition, employing innovative antenna design enables the world’s most compact in size, weight, and energy efficiency terminals, resulting in the lowest total cost of ownership. Satcube’s Nordic design is a keystone for authentic identity.
Click here to learn more about Satcube Ku terminals.
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