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L3Harris to Help Bring Inmarsat Satellite Services to International Gov’t Marketplace; James Marley Quoted

L-TAC G2 Inmarsat
L-TAC G2, Inmarsat

Inmarsat has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with L3Harris Technologies aimed at delivering the former’s Global Xpress and L-TAC satellite communications services to government customers worldwide.

The two companies seek to help radio network operators manage communications beyond line of sight through an L-band network and L3Harris-built military tactical devices, Inmarsat said Wednesday.

The L-TAC service is designed to support ultra-high and very-high-frequency radios operating on-the-move, while the GX broadband network facilitates an activation and authentication process to help users quickly begin transmitting data when used in conjunction with the Panther II very-small-aperture terminal.

The man-portable Panther II VSAT is designed to work with the GX system.

“L-TAC can ensure critical C2 communications in theatre and back to HQ on a global basis through this partnership,” said James Marley, director of Inmarsat’s government land sector.

Marley added that L3Harris has helped bring GX-supported hardware and services to the U.S. government market.

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Written by Nichols Martin

a staff writer at Executive Mosaic, produces articles on the federal government's technology and business interests. The coverage of these articles include government contracting, cybersecurity, information technology, health care and national security.

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