Resilient, Assured Global Communications
Telesat provides the reliable and secure global communications network that government agencies require – and the information superiority and mission assurance they demand. Leveraging our state-of-the-art satellite fleet, Telesat’s secure and responsive global network offers resilient infrastructure; real-time operation management; and morale, welfare and recreation connectivity for remote personnel on long-term assignments.
Telesat LEO, our advanced, global Low Earth Orbit network, will soon offer unparalleled survivable and assured network connectivity. The system will leverage commercial LEO satellites and Optical Inter-Satellite Links for integrated, hybrid MilSatCom networking which, combined with Telesat’s longstanding engineering excellence, will deliver secure, reliable and cost-effective global connectivity for government and defence applications.
Gigabits per second speeds to a remote, and multiple Tbps of capacity in the network ensures enterprise-grade, secure connectivity for unconstrained full motion HD video dissemination, multi-spectral imagery, and command and control links.
True Global Coverage
Every point on earth is covered, including polar regions.
Our network is about 20-times more responsive than today’s geosynchronous satellites and on par with fiber networks. Government users can be confident that encrypted web pages and enterprise cloud applications will work seamlessly.
Our intelligent network can dynamically allocate bandwidth to theaters of operations with high traffic demand.
Highly resilient network with multiple interconnected satellites and ground nodes without any single point of failure ensures networks always stay connected.
Quick Service Deployment
Compliant with Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) standards for seamless plug and play integration.
In the News
DARPA Awards Blackjack Track B Contract to Telesat U.S. Services
DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) has awarded a contract to Telesat U.S. Services to deliver two spacecraft in less than one year to showcase the use of Optical Inter-Satellite Links (OISLs) in orbit for government requirements.