Washington, D.C., February 24, 2021 – The Satellite Industry Association (SIA) today announced that satellite mobile broadband equipment and services company Ovzon is the newest member of the Association. Founded in 2006, Ovzon has offices in Solna, Sweden and Herndon, VA. The Company’s network operations and 24/7 customer support are based out of its global network operations center located in Tampa, FL.
In December, Ovzon demonstrated the performance capabilities of its new laptop-sized T-6 mobile broadband satellite data terminal and announced the renewal of a high-speed data contract with the U.S. Department of Defense through U.S. service provider Intelsat General Corporation. Ovzon’s current leased capacity broadband service, will be significantly expanded after it launches and deploys its first proprietary GEO satellite, Ovzon 3, which is expected to take place later this year.
“SIA is pleased to announce Ovzon as the newest associate member of the Satellite Industry Association,” said Tom Stroup, President of SIA. “The Company’s satellite launch plans and their mobile and on-the-move connectivity further demonstrates our industry’s ability to bridge the global digital divide and we are pleased to welcome Ovzon’s innovative highly mobile data terminal expertise to SIA.”
”We are quite excited to be the newest member of SIA,” said Dan Gager, Ovzon’s Chief Commercial Officer. “SIA is the premier organization for promoting and advocating the advancement of new satellite technologies and ideas, and we are extremely proud to be accepted into its ranks to help keep promoting and advancing the industry”
Ovzon is revolutionizing mobile broadband via satellite providing the highest bandwidth through the smallest terminals. Our advanced proprietary satellite technology and unique ultra-small terminals enable mobile users to connect anywhere and transfer large amounts of data. Ovzon’s plan is a gradual expansion, and the company already has orbital positions that ensure future global coverage. At present, the company has six orbital positions registered with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Ovzon is headquartered in Solna, Sweden and has offices in Tampa, FL and Herndon, VA in the United States.
About The Satellite Industry Association
SIA is a U.S.-based trade association providing representation of the leading satellite operators, service providers, manufacturers, launch services providers, and ground equipment suppliers. For more than two decades, SIA has advocated on behalf of the U.S. satellite industry on policy, regulatory, and legislative issues affecting the satellite business. For more information, visit www.sia.org.
SIA Executive Members include: Amazon; AT&T Services, Inc.; The Boeing Company; EchoStar Corporation; Intelsat S.A.; Iridium Communications Inc.; Kratos Defense & Security Solutions; Ligado Networks; Lockheed Martin Corporation; OneWeb; SES Americom, Inc.; Space Exploration Technologies Corp.; Spire Global Inc.; and Viasat Inc. SIA Associate Members include: ABS US Corp.; Amazon Web Services; Artel, LLC; AST & Science; Astranis Space Technologies Corp.; Blue Origin; Eutelsat America Corp.; ExoAnalytic Solutions; HawkEye 360; Hughes; Inmarsat, Inc.; Kymeta Corporation; Leonardo DRS; Lynk; Omnispace; Ovzon; Panasonic Avionics Corporation; Peraton; Planet; Telesat Canada; ULA; and XTAR, LLC. SIA Affiliate Members include: The Aerospace Corporation; Akash Systems Inc.; AQYR Technologies; COMSAT; Envistacom, LLC; Integrasys LLC, Kaman Precision Products; Kencast; Keysight Technologies, Inc.; Media Broadcast Satellite; NB+C; Plexus Corp; Radeus Labs, Inc.; Sheppard Mullin; Skylo Technologies; and Wiley