RevGo selected to provide RF for SES O3b mPower satellite networks
RevGo Global Inc. announced today it has entered into a US$10 million dollar supply contract for its satcom RF ground station equipment with SES to help build SES’s next generation high data throughput medium earth orbit (MEO) intelligent satellite network and managed services.
RevGo’s 40w and 20w Ka-Band BUCs will be an integral part of the overall terminal development for the maritime, land mobile, energy and cellular backhaul services for the upcoming SES O3b mPOWER system. RevGo’s units will also be used for SES’s first generation MEO system as well. The BUCs feature SNMPv3 and OPEN BMIP as part of the expanded feature set of the M&C system.
SES plans to leverage RevGo Global’s industry leading high data throughput RF block up-converters (BUCs) and low noise blocks (LNBs) while rolling out its global Ka-band satellite networks to deliver high-performance connectivity services to enterprises around the world.
“We have been very impressed with RevGo’s superior product performance and believe RevGo products are critical network elements for SES to continue delivering the highest data throughput satellite services available in the market,” stated Saba Wehbe, SES’ Vice President of User Terminal Development O3B mPOWER.
“RevGo’s designs maximize performance and throughput for high order modulations by optimizing linearity for the highest usable output power with low phase noise,” explained Mike Engle, RevGo’s President and CEO.