Partnership to develop of next-generation satellite communications

June 22, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Partnership to develop of next-generation satellite communications
Saankhya Labs and Ligado Networks will collaborate to define the adaptation of advanced mobile broadcast on the advanced Ligado satellite network.

Saankhya Labs and Ligado Networks have announced an ecosystem partner agreement to develop next-generation satellite communication products and technology. As part of the agreement, the companies will collaborate to evaluate and define the adaptation of advanced mobile broadcast technologies for operation on Ligado's advanced satellite network, as Ligado moves to enable integration of standards-based satellite connectivity in the growing market for mobile broadcast and multicast services.

Both mobile operators and broadcasters have developed and deployed standards-based technologies to enable mobile broadcast services for inexpensive, mainstream devices. These services complement unicast connectivity, enabling new lanes for content delivery and associated business models.

Ligado operates a mobile satellite service (MSS) for government and commercial customers across North America. The company is enhancing its MSS offerings and developing innovative 5G Mobile Private Network services for enterprise customers across the public safety, manufacturing, agriculture, and other critical infrastructure sectors.

"We're working aggressively to advance 5G mobile private networks and believe that ubiquitous satellite and terrestrial connectivity is essential for enterprise users," said Ligado Chief Technology Officer Maqbool Aliani. "Pervasively-available, customized broadcast content delivery is an essential component of evolving enterprise networks, and Ligado's advanced satellite network is uniquely positioned to deliver it in technical and economic harmony with standard 5G unicast and broadcast technologies.”


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