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Isotropic Systems: Partners with Teledyne to Deliver Fully Integrated Terminal for Secure Communications

Isotropic Systems: Partners with Teledyne to Deliver Fully Integrated Terminal for Secure Communications

Isotropic Systems state-of-the-art, multi-link antenna will offer a fully integrated Teledyne Paradise Datacoms AXIOM-X modem solution for customers that require the utmost security

Reading, UK/Washington, DC – 22 March 2022 – Isotropic Systems, the leading developer of transformational multi-link satellite technology, announced a strategic integration partnership with Teledyne, a global leader in satellite communications. The partnership provides a fully integrated Teledyne Paradise waveform option enabling secure and ruggedized comms-on-the-move capability.

Isotropic System’s first launch products will offer an AXIOM-X modem designed for the customer with mission-critical data that require continuous availability in the most stringent mobility applications. This integrated solution will support secure high-speed SCPC point-to-point and point-to-multipoint networks for guaranteed bandwidth across GEO and NGSO constellations as part of the Paradise modem family. The Axiom modem provides interoperability of traffic and M&C with a significant installed base of Teledyne Evolution and Q-series modems.

“The Isotropic System’s multi-link capability offers the highest mission assurance levels. This partnership with Teledyne adds another layer of resiliency and security to our products,” said John Finney, Isotropic Systems CEO. “We look forward to delivering this game-changing, fully integrated solution to our NATO defense customers.”

“Teledyne Paradise Datacom is delighted that Isotropic has selected AXIOM X for their new multi-beam terminal,” said Paul McConnell, Business Development Director, Teledyne Paradise Datacom. “The combination of the class-leading security of Paradise modems with the unprecedented flexibility of Isotropic’s antenna technology will give customers a unique ability to deliver secure, resilient communications across LEO, MEO and GEO satellite constellations.”

Isotropic Systems completed a series of multi-orbit antenna trials with the U.S. Army and military forces earlier this year, enabling a broad range of vertical markets to leverage the game-changing terminal to connect to as many satellites as they want, when and wherever they want.

The Isotropic Systems multi-link antenna utilizes transformational optics to link seamlessly and simultaneously with multiple satellites in multiple orbits, offering a strategic edge to users looking to bring tailored experiences to aero, maritime, defense, land mobile and enterprise markets.

The company has experienced unprecedented growth and is actively recruiting to enable the production and rollout of its first-generation multi-link antennas.