CPN Satellite Services joins Inmarsat’s Application and Solution Provider program

MF‑400 IoT Satellite Bridge. Photo: RPC Satellite Services

RPC Satellite Services (CPN) is the latest company to join InmarsatThe Application and Solution Provider (ASP) Program, an ecosystem for software, hardware and solution providers, and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in commercial land markets. As an ASP member, CPN will have access to Inmarsat’s global L-band satellite connectivity network, Elera. Inmarsat announced the partner on February 17.

CPN is a German connectivity solutions provider focused on mobile satellite communications. The company works with customers and partners to develop tailored connectivity solutions for IoT devices deployed in remote connections via satellite. Its MF‑400 IoT Satellite Bridge is an out-of-the-box solution designed to simplify connectivity between sensor and application.

Under the ASP program, Inmarsat provides technical advice on how to integrate and support its satellite services, go-to-market strategy planning and exposure to the Inmarsat distribution channel.

“Products like the MF‑400 IoT Satellite Bridge solve many of the major issues faced by organizations using IoT sensors in remote locations. Connecting these devices to Inmarsat satellite networks provides increased reliability and resilience, with the assurance that accurate data can be transmitted and received anywhere. We are excited to join the Inmarsat ASP program as we have reached the stage of our growth where we need reliable global connectivity and a trusted partner to help us grow our business in the areas of agriculture, energy, information technology, transport and logistics. and many other industries,” Thomas Nicolai, chief executive of CPN Satellite Services, said in a statement.

Ryan H. Bowman