Eclipse signs distribution agreement with OneWeb | – Advanced Television

February 24, 2022

Eclipse Global Connectivity is now an authorised OneWeb Distribution Partner (DP), following a signed agreement late last year. Through the partnership, Eclipse will offer new low-latency, fibre-like airtime services, hardware systems and certifications to government aircraft across Europe, the Middle East and Asia (EMEA) to facilitate a broad range of operational and mission goals.

“Our dedication to delivering airborne satellite communications solutions tailored to enable a wide range of government and military missions spans more than two-and-a-half decades,” said Marc Pinault, Eclipse Global Connectivity CEO. “The Eclipse team is incredibly enthusiastic about our new partnership with OneWeb. This new cost-effective, high-speed service promises a secure, innovative solution for government, military and civilian airborne communication needs.”

The initial focus is on providing innovative solutions for global-reach command and control, and manned and unmanned airborne ISR missions. The low-latency service will seamlessly enable combat cloud and applications like video transmission and cryptographic device synchronisation. Additionally, native Office365 applications such as Teams and SharePoint, typically used onboard Head of State aircraft, will also experience improved performance. The scope can eventually expand to other market segments, such as business and commercial aviation.

“Eclipse and OneWeb share the vision of providing ingenious connectivity solutions to aircraft operators worldwide,” said OneWeb Head of Government Business Line, Dylan Browne. “Their lengthy and solid history of delivering complete solutions addressing the complex SATCOM requirements of government, military and Head of State operators makes Eclipse an optimal partner for us. It is one of the many reasons we are thrilled to have the Eclipse team onboard.”

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