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Tesacom to Provide New Services in Argentina on Iridium Constellation

By | August 27, 2018
Artist rendition of an Iridium Next satellite. Photo: Iridium

Artist rendition of an Iridium Next satellite. Photo: Iridium

Tesacom will provide new services on the Iridium constellation of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites in Argentina. The company will offer voice and data services of 350/700 kilobit per second, with the possibility of scaling up to 1 Mega on the L-band. Customer segments will include the government, maritime, transport, mining, and defense.

Tesacom will start offering Internet Protocol (IP) data of 704 kbps plus three telephone lines. Later, the company will incorporate new services such as Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS).