Zurich, June 15, 2021 - Today, French Ambassador in Switzerland, Frédéric Journès and a delegation, have visited Thales Alenia Space’s plant in Zurich, where he was welcomed by the CEO of Thales Alenia Space in Switzerland, Elisabetta Rugi Grond.
Thales expands its footprint in L-band maritime and land markets with ThalesLINK 200 series.
The newest L-band solutions from Thales, MissionLINK 200 and VesseLINK 200 will provide reliable communications everywhere in the world, including the poles.
The ThalesLINK 200 series is now available worldwide for maritime and land applications through an exclusive network of 19 Official Partners.
● Google’s new Google Workspace Client-side encryption (beta coming soon) enables end-users to keep ownership of encryption keys and access security with the support of Thales
● New capabilities by Thales provide enterprises with tools to manage how their keys are used and accessed and protect the identities of end users accessing Google Workspace
Zurich, June 11, 2021 – As prime contractor for the construction of Telesat’s Lightspeed constellation, Thales Alenia Space, a joint venture between Thales (Euronext Paris: HO) (67%) and Leonardo (Milan stock exchange: LDO) (33%), is announcing today that the Optical Inter Satellite Links (OISL) on-board the Lightspeed satellites will be its advanced Optel-C product. Optical Inter Satellite Links will allow Lightspeed to provide global, mesh coverage around the world, including above the oceans and poles, with a high level of security for end-to-end services. Their use will optimize the ground segment with a lower number of gateway sites, more freedom on gateway locations, and the ability to deploy gateways incrementally as system loading increases. The initial Lightspeed space segment will be comprised of 298 satellites. Telesat’s constellation satellites will deliver multiple terabits per second across the globe for secure, low-latency, high-performing broadband professional services.