Intellian introduces the all new 1 metre Global Xpress terminal, GX100NX
Intellian, the global leader of mobile satellite communication antenna systems, is unveiling an all new 1m Global Xpress terminal, GX100NX at the Intellian Asia-Pacific Partner Event being held tomorrow in Seoul, Korea.
The Intellian GX100NX offers high-speed data and global operation, and exceptionally efficient RF design for unrivalled link performance on the Fleet Xpress service. It is also future-proof, with support for 2.5GHz Wideband Ka networks and optimized reflector and radome. GX100NX users can also unlock even higher levels of bandwidth with a 10W BUC option, which is easy to install and requires no additional components.
Based on Intellian’s new NX technology platform, the GX100NX uses a single coaxial cable, which combines Tx, Rx, and DC power, to simplify installation. Its cutting-edge modular design results in lower cost of ownership throughout the entire lifecycle, while improving reliability and streamlining maintenance.
The GX100NX introduces a new ‘All-in-One’ GX Below Deck Terminal (BDT) which integrates an antenna control unit (ACU), a modem, a power supply, a 4-port switch and a mediator in a single unit to further reduce the time and cost of installation in Intellian’s Fleet Xpress Rack.
Reducing complexity further, Intellian also provides an upgraded antenna management and control platform. The new AptusNX software includes an installation wizard with a step-by-step commissioning guide for easier setup and enhanced diagnostic capabilities, which sends an alert to the operator when predictive maintenance is required.
Eric Sung, CEO of Intellian, commented, “We’re delighted to introduce the all new GX100NX to the valued partners and customers at our APAC partner event. With its future-proof and user-friendly design, our new Global Xpress terminal will deliver performance, installation and servicing benefits to diverse customers, especially those in the commercial shipping, oil and gas, and yachting markets.”
The GX100NX will be commercially available at the end of June.