Inmarsat plc provides a portfolio of mobile satellite communication services for use on land, at sea, and in the air worldwide. The company provides solutions across its main areas of maritime, aeronautical, and land mobile. The principal services include safety and control communications, instant communications (voice, fax and low-speed data, and instant information services) and high-speed data solutions (from remote LAN access to video conferencing). Maritime The company offers a range of voice, fax, and data services to suit all types and tonnages of vessel from small yachts to the ocean-going ships. Land Mobile The company’s users include businesses operating in remote areas or those who are travelling to these environments and need access to the same communications offered in their local office. Government The company offers various tailored and solutions designed to meet the demand for worldwide communications in support of modern military, civil governments and homeland security operations. Significant Events In March 2011, Inmarsat Plc announced that it is working with partner SkyWave Mobile Communications, Inc. to develop a new low data rate tracking, monitoring and messaging service. In October 2012, Inmarsat Plc and Cisco Systems, Inc. announced the creation of a unique long-term alliance that will enable Inmarsat to deliver advanced services, from applications to business collaboration and video to multimedia content over Inmarsat's new high-throughput satellite broadband network, Global Xpress (GX).
(ISAT:London Stock Exchange)
99 City Road
London, EC1Y 1AX
Phone: 44 20 7728 1000
Fax: 44 20 7728 1044www.inmarsat.com
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