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Gothenburg, Sweden, March 8, 2023: Satcube, a fast-growing European technology company that develops lightweight terminals to provide satellite broadband, announces it is building a new facility for mass production of satellite terminals, both for existing product verticals and new ventures for LEO and vehicular applications. The new facility being built in Karlstad, Sweden, will replace Satcube’s current production site. The company anticipates adding up to 25 new employees during the next year in Karlstad.
Gothenburg, Sweden, March 1, 2023 Satcube, a fast-growing European technology company that develops lightweight, portable terminals to provide critical satellite broadband, confirms it is providing its Satcube Ku terminals to the biggest media brands and NGO’s on the ground in Turkey and Ukraine. The terminals are used to enable the UN, Red Cross (ICRC), ITV, CBS News, NBC, and government agencies alike in earthquake hit Turkey and war-stricken Ukraine to provided portable, mission critical communication.
Join us in wrapping up an exciting 2022 & prepping for another big year! We’d like to take the opportunity to thank our family of customers and partners for making 2022 an amazing year. Satcube is on a trajectory of success, and we couldn’t have done it without you. So to thank you we'd like to invite you to join us for a mini recap of what we've been up to in 2022. -Jakob Kallmér, CEO, Satcube
IBC Expo, Amsterdam, September 6th, 2022: Satcube, a fast-growing Swedish technology company that develops benchmark portable satellite terminals to provide on-the-spot satellite broadband, welcomes renowned ESA astronaut and physicist, Christer Fuglesang, as a Satcube advisor. Swedish Fuglesang is a professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, a space advisor at Saab, and retired ESA Astronaut. Satcube will exhibit at IBC Expo, Amsterdam, Sept. 11-12, Stand. 1.B93
Satcube satellite technology is now being deployed at the front in Ukraine
Satcube will now serve the biggest space constellations in the race to connect the world. The company is tapping its current success providing The UN, The Red Cross (ICRC), ITV, CBS News and more, reporting on the ground in Ukraine and helping to save lives by providing critical portable communications.
Gothenburg, April 25th, 2022: Satcube, a disruptive development company that develops compact, easy to use satellite terminals to enable high-speed broadband anywhere, is now launching a new online rental service used by ITV Daytime,) 7News Australia, ICRC (International Red Cross) and other organizations on the ground in Ukraine.
Satcube, a disruptive development company in the satellite communications arena that manufactures innovative, lightweight terminals, is today launching a new product: Satcube Ku Secure – a satellite terminal that includes secure end to end communications with security at transmission level (TRANSEC).
Benchmark LEO collaboration led by Satcube and includes Chalmers University of Technology, Gapwaves and Forsway Scandinavia Swedish public innovation agency, Vinnova, has awarded a SEK 4 million development grant to a Swedish project group aimed at boosting development of a next generation, low-cost LEO (Low Earth Orbit) satellite terminal. The award is part of Vinnova’s Electronic components & systems – research and innovation projects 2021.
Satcube announced it has launched the lightweight Satcube Ku satellite terminal on Intelsat’s new FlexMove service, providing broadband connectivity to Satcube users in nearly 190 countries