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Kymeta Hawk u8 is the first flat panel antenna to be approved on Eutelsat OneWeb’s LEO network



Launched in March 2023, Kymeta’s compact, low-power HawkTM u8 LEO terminal, will now be available for communications on the move.

Kymeta and Eutelsat Group announced that the Kymeta electronically steered Hawk u8 LEO terminal is now approved for land mobility on the Eutelsat OneWeb LEO network, becoming the first flat panel antenna to be approved on its LEO network for land mobility.


This offering unlocks a new era of connectivity for customers who require exceptional performance and reliable connectivity while on the move. Kymeta’s deep roots in providing mobility extend back to the launch of its first product in 2017. By tapping into Eutelsat OneWeb’s enterprise-grade connectivity network, all vehicles can now connect easily and seamlessly on the pause and on the move.


“This is an exciting time as we see every major industry such as emergency management, on-road fleets and rail operators wanting to tap into mobile broadband as an efficient and effective means to transform their operations,” said Walter Berger, President and Co-CEO, Kymeta, “As a proud partner of Eutelsat Group, this marks a milestone for Kymeta because it represents the fulfillment of our joint commitment to enable satellite communications on the move globally.”


Massimiliano Ladovaz, Chief Operations Officer at Eutelsat Group, said “Kymeta offers a high-bandwidth, low-power, fully integrated family of high throughput mobile terminals. Eutelsat OneWeb’s LEO satellite network will give Kymeta customers access to high-speed, low-latency broadband connectivity while on the move or while stationary even in the remotest parts of the world.”


For more information visit: www.kymetacorp.com and eutelsat.com


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