ROCK Networks partners with Kymeta to distribute the next generation of satellite connectivity in Canada
ROCK Networks, a leading provider of wireless, broadband, and satellite solutions, and Kymeta, the communications company making mobile global, announced a distribution agreement allowing ROCK Networks to distribute Kymeta’s innovative satellite terminals in Canada.
The Kymeta™ u8 product family of high-throughput, flat-panel satellite antennas and terminals enable revolutionary mobile connectivity on both satellite and satellite-cellular hybrid networks. Kymeta’s terminals provide an out-of-the-box connection, and their lightweight, low-profile configuration is ideal for on-the-move communications.
u8 terminals can connect to Ku-band geostationary (GEO) and they are enabled for low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellites – meaning the terminals provide fast, reliable, always-on connectivity to the most remote regions in Canada.
“Kymeta’s new LEO-enabled technology brings services to Canada that have not been available in the past,” said Steve Sybeldon, Vice President of Sales. “We are pleased to be working with ROCK Networks to bring complete mobile connectivity solutions to this market.”
ROCK Networks is a leader in providing wireless, broadband, and most recently, satellite connectivity solutions across Canada, particularly in remote and rural areas. Together, Kymeta and ROCK Networks will work to bridge the digital divide in Canada and provide global satellite connectivity to enterprise and government clients.
This new partnership further cements ROCK Networks’ unique position as a leading Canadian end-to-end provider of comprehensive satellite solutions, as it complements the satellite partnerships that ROCK Networks has in the GEO, MEO and LEO space.