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Boeing Satellite for ViaSat to Significantly Enhance Satellite Broadband Communications 2017.06.03

El Segundo, Calif., USA - June 2, 2017 - Leveraging the recently launched Boeing (NYSE: BA) 702 high-power satellite, ViaSat's second-generation satellite, ViaSat-2, will realize a seven-fold increase in broadband internet service coverage from its previous generation satellite and offer twice as much capacity on orbit. Boeing is on contract to build two more satellites, under the ViaSat-3 program, both based on the 702 design and integrated with ViaSat payload technology.

Intelsat 702MP satellite
Boeing has been selected to build four 702MP satellites for Intelsat Ltd.
The contract marks the first order for the Boeing 702MP satellite, pictured here, which continues the technical and flight heritage of the Boeing 702HP family and enables Boeing to expand its product offerings to include flexible, modular satellites that operate in the 6- to 12-kilowatt power range.
These satellites will distribute video, network and voice services from Asia and Africa to the Americas and Europe.
Photo courtesy of Boeing
 

El Segundo, Calif., USA - June 2, 2017

• The Boeing 702 ViaSat-2 satellite is one of the largest high-power commercial satellites built by Boeing

Leveraging the recently launched Boeing (NYSE: BA) 702 high-power satellite, ViaSat’s second-generation satellite, ViaSat-2, will realize a seven-fold increase in broadband internet service coverage from its previous generation satellite and offer twice as much capacity on orbit.

Pictured here is the Inmarsat-5 spacecraft, one of four Ka-band 702HP satellites ordered from Boeing by Inmarsat to add to its current mobile satellite services fleet.
The Inmarsat-5 satellites will operate in geosynchronous orbit with flexible global coverage and will be compatible with the Ariane, Sea Launch, Proton and Atlas launch vehicles.
Photo courtesy of Boeing
 
ViaSat-2 will also offer flexibility to move satellite capacity to where broadband demand exists and is the first satellite Boeing built for the company.

Boeing is on contract to build two more satellites, under the ViaSat-3 program, both based on the 702 design and integrated with ViaSat payload technology.

Artist's rendering of Wideband Global SATCOM Block II satellite.
Photo courtesy of Boeing
 
“ViaSat-2 is a major technological achievement. It advances satellite system design and will provide the best economics, quality and service capabilities available in the industry,” said Mark Dankberg, chairman and chief executive officer of ViaSat.
“These advancements required a spacecraft partner, like Boeing, that could understand our vision for satellite broadband. We would like to thank Boeing for their hard work, expertise and contributions to the ViaSat-2 program. Our collaboration will enable ViaSat to bring internet to millions of users on the ground, in the air and at sea.”

Boeing 702 high-power satellite, ViaSat’s second-generation satellite, ViaSat-2.
Boeing is on contract to build two more satellites, under the ViaSat-3 program, both based on the 702 design and integrated with ViaSat payload technology.
The satellite was launched, and sent its first signals from space, on June 1.
Photo courtesy of Boeing
 
The satellite was launched, and sent its first signals from space, on June 1.


“We’re glad to have continued to advance this flexible platform, relying on its flight-proven technology, while in great partnership with ViaSat to achieve their vision of connecting the world,” said Mark Spiwak, president, Boeing Satellite Systems International.

GPS IIF satellite
Photo courtesy of Boeing
 
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Intelsat IS-22 702MP satellite
IS-22 is one of four 702MP satellites ordered from Boeing by Intelsat Ltd.
IS-22 will carry a UHF payload that will provide service to the Australian Defence Force.
Photo courtesy of Boeing
 

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