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Company Overview of SES Government Solutions, Inc.
SES Government Solutions, Inc. provides bandwidth, end-to-end satellite communications solutions, and hosted payload opportunities to the U.S. government, intelligence, and civilian agencies. It offers satellite data network, high throughput satellite, pathfinder, custom SATCOM, fixed satellite, mobile satellite, teleport, inclined capacity, and occasional use solutions. The company also provides hosted payloads; and satellite fleet to offer communications capability for unmanned aerial and remotely piloted aircraft requirements. In addition, it operates and maintains earth stations at the U.S. government locations, including Fairbanks, Hawaii, Monterey, New Boston, Offutt, and Schriever, as...
2010 Corporate Ridge
McLean, VA 22102
Founded in 1973
Key Executives for SES Government Solutions, Inc.
Chief Executive and President
Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Vice President
Vice President and General Counsel
Corporate Vice President of Strategy and Hosted Payloads
Corporate Vice President of Programs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
SES Government Solutions, Inc. Key Developments
SES Government Solutions Wins Contract to Provide High Performance Communication Network to the US Government
Aug 29 16
SES S. A announced on August 29, 2016 that its wholly owned subsidiary SES Government Solutions (SES GS) has won a contract to provide an O3b Networks high throughput, low latency satellite communications solution to a US Department of Defence end-user. This O3b-enabled solution includes a satellite beam operating at less than 200 milliseconds per roundtrip and will consist of a full duplex, symmetric 155 Mbps link, gateway access, a transportable 2.4m AvL terminal, terrestrial backhaul, installation services and 24/7/365 operations and maintenance activities. This contract also enables the US Government to order additional O3b services to meet surge requirements.
SES Government Solutions Secures Contract for Thule Tracking Station Digital Signal 3 Service
Jul 6 16
SES Government Solutions has been awarded the Thule Tracking Station Digital Signal 3 (DS3) Service contract to continue to provide the U.S. Government with critical communications capabilities. The service supports a global network that enables national-level missile warning, space surveillance, space control, and satellite command and control. The service consists of a one-year base period, with four one-year option periods for a total contract value of over USD 10 million. The solution connects key sensors to operations centers for missile defense missions and serves Air Force Space Command (AFSPC), United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD). The contract provides Air Force Space Command with dedicated communications between Thule Air Base in Greenland and Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The solution includes commercial satellite bandwidth, contractor-provided hub equipment, teleport service and antennas. Thule’s arctic environment, unpredictable weather patterns, and near-horizon location provide unique technical and logistical challenges. SES GS continues to provide a robust communications solution to overcome these challenging conditions.
SES Government Solutions and O3b Networks Limited Jointly Complete Performance Network for NOAA Worldwide Satellite Communications Systems II
Jun 14 16
SES Government Solutions and O3b Networks Limited has announced that they have jointly completed the first O3b managed services installation for NOAA Worldwide Satellite Communications Systems II 's National Weather Service Office (NWSO) at Pago Pago, American Samoa. This remote station is responsible for providing critically important tropical weather alerts and cyclone warning information to a large part of the Pacific. This task order is part of the NOAA Worldwide Satellite Communications Systems II (WSCS II) contract. The O3b service will provide a reliable, low latency link for passing critically important weather information between the NSWO in Pago Pago and the NWS headquarters Office on Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii. As a result, NWS can now rapidly deliver large weather files from observation offices in American Samoa to scientists and meteorologists in Hawaii and across the US mainland. This implementation included the procurement and installation of the O3b terminals, radomes and the ground segment network. Once the hardware was installed, the team supported the end-to-end service testing. The service was delivered on-time and within service level specifications, including the cutover of live traffic through the O3b network on 23 May 2016.
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