C-COM Satellite Systems, Inc. is a leader in the development and deployment of commercial grade mobile satellite-based technology for the delivery of two-way high-speed Internet, VoIP and Video services into vehicles.
C-COM’s proprietary mobile antenna system, the iNetVu®, delivers secure, two-way, high-speed Internet access from virtually anywhere on the planet. With the simple push of a button, the iNetVu® automatically unfolds, locates the appropriate satellite, locks on to a signal, and establishes a connection using only the power of the vehicle, within minutes of deployment without relying on traditional terrestrial infrastructure.
Whether conveying scientific data from isolated mobile labs or acquiring critical information in a time of extreme need, the iNetVu® comes through ON TIME, EVERY TIME. That’s why it’s fast becoming the mobile antenna of choice for many businesses, Satellite News Gathering, and disaster management teams the world over who rely on the availability of remote communications.
C-COM offers multiple iNetVu antenna models and sizes over different Satellite Frequency bands including Ku, C, X and Ka. Our new Ka-band systems are already certified on the following Ka services: ViaSat (Exede), Eutelsat (Tooway), Hughes, Yahsat, and Avanti (Hylas-2). As new Ka services are deployed around the world, there will be an iNetVu mobile model to support it.
With a 2-way IP link between the news studio and the Digital SNG vehicle, iNetVu® auto-deploy antennas make it possible to connect directly from a vehicle via satellite to the corporate network. Once a corporate LAN connection is established inside the vehicle, journalists are able to begin accessing video material from the studio library and transmitting information directly back to the studio. Additional communications are also made available through this satellite link, such as Voice Over IP, standard voice communication, fax, email and satellite Internet connectivity, in addition to data and video streaming.
High profile iNetVu® users can be found all over the world, from China to the US to Russia to Canada. Ka-band antennas are now used worldwide for the purpose of broadcasting live events and streaming High-Definition video from any location.