MTN celebrates 30 years of innovation


MTN Satellite Communications (MTN), global provider of
communications, connectivity and content services to remote locations around
the world, is celebrating its 30th year in the satellite communications
(satcom) industry.


Over the past three decades, the company has contributed
greatly to the evolution of the satellite industry and continues to deliver
communications solutions that address the needs of today’s end users both
commercial and government.


Since its founding in 1981, MTN has
delivered innovative satellite communications solutions including: Built the
first 5-meter C-Band transportable satellite antenna made to travel with the
presidential administration for Summit meetings and Pentagon press pool
required events.


MTN has delivered the industry’s first stabilized,
“transmit and receive” Ku-Band satellite antenna system for the U.S.
Navy deployed on the USS Iwo Jima (LPH-2) during the first Persian Gulf crisis.


MTN introduced the first onboard internet cafés for
cruise ships leveraging MTN’s VSAT technology. The cruise industry’s first
multichannel global television service, MTN Worldwide TV, to provide
programming from BBC World News, CNBC, MSNBC, E! Entertainment Television, Fox
News and Sky News.


“MTN has witnessed significant changes in the
industry over the past 30 years, from the evolution of communications for
military personnel to the use of satellite communications for Internet cafes on
cruise ships,” said Jonathan Weintraub, CEO, MTN.


As communications requirements continue to change, MTN’s
team is ready and excited to address these transformations to meet the needs of
our customers around the world.


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