Our Telekom CEO discusses the impact that O3b services is having on university students in the Soloman Islands

Our Telekom CEO Loyley Ngira talks about the impact that O3b services is having on university students and staff at USP (University of the South Pacific) and SINU (Solomon Islands National University)

End-to-End Services Enable O3b Customers to Succeed

O3b’s Lifecycle Services portfolio directly enables customers to seamlessly access the benefits of a high bandwidth, low latency satellite connectivity solution. O3b provides an end-to-end comprehensive managed service including key elements through the building, operating and maintaining phases of the network lifecycle. We deploy these solutions in some very tough and hard-to-reach places, some that are challenged by political unrest and poor local facilities…

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What is Latency – and Why Does it Matter?

By Nick Roullier, Customer Enablement Leader At O3b we are passionate about the value our low latency, fiber-like capability delivers customers. It is crucial for application acceleration, network optimization and ensures the quality of user experience. But what is latency? Why does it matter? Why should you care? To put it simply, latency is the […]

LTE – Now made available anywhere

By Avi Peleg, Director MNO Market Segment Management We discover why LTE is the fastest growing mobile and broadband technology. 4G-LTE is the most advanced and efficient mobile architecture available today. The superior spectral efficiency and carrier aggregation support of 4G-LTE makes more efficient use of spectrum, and provides the end-user with a faster connection. […]

Behind the Scenes: Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines-Fastest Internet at Sea

Gregory Martin VP, Mobility Market Segment Management Cruise lines have been exploring the idea of internet at sea since 1999 – but high latency and an even higher price tag left customers frustrated. Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines has partnered with O3b Networks to alleviate that frustration by equipping our vessels with the fastest internet at sea. […]