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Artel has partnered with Inmarsat Government to deliver satellite services along with an extended terrestrial footprint that allows customers to broaden their network reach without the need for double hops across satellites – lowering latency, reducing costs, and expediting delivery time.

Powered by Inmarsat’s Global Xpress (GX) network, SurgeNet offers a flexible model that allows you to pay for the satellite and terrestrial service you need, when you need it, with Committed Information Rates (CIRs) that fit your specific budget – without lengthy contract requirements.

Artel has partnered with Inmarsat Government to deliver satellite services along with an extended terrestrial footprint that allows customers to broaden their network reach without the need for double hops across satellites – lowering latency, reducing costs, and expediting delivery time.

Powered by Inmarsat’s Global Xpress (GX) network, SurgeNet offers a flexible model that allows you to pay for the satellite and terrestrial service you need, when you need it, with Committed Information Rates (CIRs) that fit your specific budget – without lengthy contract requirements.

Expand the bars below to explore Artel’s SurgeNet benefits:

Flexible Service Model

Designed for operational flexibility, SurgeNet is offered as a month-to-month service plan, with unlimited usage and no minimum service commitments.

  • Mobile and Fixed VSAT Platforms – The ability to lease or purchase mobile and fixed VSAT platforms limits non-recurring costs, requiring little to no upfront financial commitment
  • Customized Service Plans – SurgeNet takes the worry out of overage charges, allowing you to choose a customized service plan with predictable operational billing
  • Support for both Voice and Data – SurgeNet includes Direct Internet Access (DIA) services for the customer Virtual Private Network over the Internet originating from one of three data centers in the U.S., Europe, and the Pacific
Powered by Inmarsat GX Platform

Artel extends the Inmarsat terrestrial network onto the African Continent and into the Middle East region.

  • Terrestrial Connectivity from Four Satellites – With SurgeNet, one terminal can be used on and moved across any of four Inmarsat satellites, with no additional charges
  • Seamless Worldwide Mobility – Inmarsat’s global Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and Uplink Network, along with Artel’s global MPLS, enable connectivity across the globe
  • 24x7x365 Support – Along with completely intuitive user dashboards, SurgeNet is backed by a continually operational Network Operations Center that delivers real-time performance monitoring and round-the-clock support
Fixed and Mobile Terminals

SurgeNet offers easy installation with multiple mounting options (building, ISO, or standalone).

  • High-capacity Payload – SurgeNet provides 89 spot beams per satellite with up to 72 active beams, lowering latency, reducing costs, and expediting delivery
  • Service Level Agreements (SLAs) – SurgeNet service level availability is 99.5% globally, with Committed Information Rates and 65N to 65S Latitude
  • DIA Connectivity – Pricing includes DIA connectivity from any of three data centers (USA: Ashburn, VA; Europe: Amsterdam; Pacific: Auckland)

Expand the bars below to explore Artel’s SurgeNet benefits:

Flexible Service Model

Designed for operational flexibility, SurgeNet is offered as a month-to-month service plan, with unlimited usage and no minimum service commitments.

  • Mobile and Fixed VSAT Platforms – The ability to lease or purchase mobile and fixed VSAT platforms limits non-recurring costs, requiring little to no upfront financial commitment
  • Customized Service Plans – SurgeNet takes the worry out of overage charges, allowing you to choose a customized service plan with predictable operational billing
  • Support for both Voice and Data – SurgeNet includes Direct Internet Access (DIA) services for the customer Virtual Private Network over the Internet originating from one of three data centers in the U.S., Europe, and the Pacific
Powered by Inmarsat GX Platform

Artel extends the Inmarsat terrestrial network onto the African Continent and into the Middle East region.

  • Terrestrial Connectivity from Four Satellites – With SurgeNet, one terminal can be used on and moved across any of four Inmarsat satellites, with no additional charges
  • Seamless Worldwide Mobility – Inmarsat’s global Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and Uplink Network, along with Artel’s global MPLS, enable connectivity across the globe
  • 24x7x365 Support – Along with completely intuitive user dashboards, SurgeNet is backed by a continually operational Network Operations Center that delivers real-time performance monitoring and round-the-clock support
Fixed and Mobile Terminals

SurgeNet offers easy installation with multiple mounting options (building, ISO, or standalone).

  • High-capacity Payload – SurgeNet provides 89 spot beams per satellite with up to 72 active beams, lowering latency, reducing costs, and expediting delivery
  • Service Level Agreements (SLAs) – SurgeNet service level availability is 99.5% globally, with Committed Information Rates and 65N to 65S Latitude
  • DIA Connectivity – Pricing includes DIA connectivity from any of three data centers (USA: Ashburn, VA; Europe: Amsterdam; Pacific: Auckland)

Artel is an Inmarsat Government Authorized Service Provider for Global Xpress SATCOM as a Service

 

Artel is an Inmarsat Government Authorized Service Provider for Global Xpress SATCOM as a Service

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