Satellite Capacity Leasing

Assured Access of Space Segment

Dedicated satellite channels are available through existing or custom designed beams. Lease services are appealing to international news gathering corporations, enterprises’ business and governmental organizations across the Thuraya coverage. Flexible power and bandwidth channels enable private network operation for relay data and IP traffic to support:

Point Of sale operations, government, civil, military situation awareness, SCADA systems for the following verticals:

  • Blue Force tracking
  • Oil and gas
  • Power grids,
  • Remote asset management,
  • Renewable energy farms
  • Smart grids and utility services
  • Railroad signaling
  • Train command and control
  • Netted voice and multicast applications

Thuraya Lease service provides permanent transmission within the lease, Closed User Group for the exclusive use by a customer private network. This service may be provided over facilities owned or operated by an operator or over transmission capacity sold or leased by a non-facilities-based telecommunications provider or reseller.

Leased space segment capacity can be used in a variety of ways: power and bandwidth assignment through customized private networks and waveforms as well as through Committed Information Rate lease service offered with the Thuraya Broadband terminal(s).

Thuraya Priority Lease

Guarantees access to satellite capacity that provides reliable connectivity, enabling you to add several terminals to a single channel lease. Using the IP terminal the users can configure committed information rate (CIR) between 16kbps and 384 kbps. The lease provides 24-hour dedicated priority streaming service. The lease is user specific and provides support through the “follow me” functionality for adjacent beam roaming and comms on the move applications.

Spot Beam Power and Bandwidth

Static allocation of flexible bandwidth channels in a small geographic area covered from a Thuraya spot beam through customer private network installation at the Thuraya primary gateway location. Subject to the engineering proof of concept, operation power could range between 36dBW to 48dBW satellite EIRP at the center of the beam. The customer can access any beam within Thuraya’s footprint through a lease or owned ground station gateway and user terminals.

Regional Beam Power and Bandwidth

Static allocation of flexible bandwidth channels in any geographic area covered by a customized beam through customer private network installation at the Thuraya primary gateway location. Subject to the engineering proof of concept, operation power could range between 20dBW to 33dBW satellite EIRP. This service can be used for Pt-to-Mpt applications, differential GPS, geo location and military sparse mode operations.

For more information about Capacity Leasing and related Business Development opportunities, please channel your enquiries to bd@thuraya.com.