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By Allegra • November 17, 2022

iNet Now Offers STARLINK to Enterprise Customers

iNet to Begin Offering Starlink to Enterprise Customers

Remote communications provider adds to portfolio of advanced connectivity offerings.

HOUSTON, TX (November 17, 2022) — Infrastructure Networks (“iNet”), a leading remote communications service provider to critical infrastructure industries, is now offering Starlink’s high-speed, low-latency connectivity solutions to enterprise customers across their onshore and offshore field operations. As part of becoming an authorized Starlink integrator, iNet will now combine its Private LTE network with Starlink for even greater reliability, robustness and security for mission critical operations. Further, the addition of Starlink to iNet’s advanced connectivity offerings will allow iNet to provide its customers with connectivity wherever they are around the globe.

Starlink’s high-speed, low-latency service, made possible via the world’s largest constellation of highly-advanced satellites operating in a low Earth orbit. With Starlink, business users can expect download speeds of up to 350 Mbps and latency of 20-40 msec, enabling high throughput connectivity for demanding workloads across the globe. High data speeds and low latency offer companies options for data traffic that historically have not been possible with traditional satellite offerings. With a high gain antenna, additional throughput allocation, and extreme weather performance, Starlink’s business offering helps ensure bandwidth for critical operations.

“Critical infrastructure customers have long desired robust communications to support their remote and distributed field operations,” said Mark Slaughter, chief executive officer at iNet. “However, the remote nature of their assets limited their options. Starlink is an exciting next-generation technology with throughput speeds and low latency more comparable to fiber than satellite. This leading-edge technology now gives customers alternatives that previously didn’t exist, and this has arrived at an ideal time as enterprise customers strive to improve the efficiency and productivity of their remote assets through advanced technology deployment at the edge.”

About INet
INet is a leading remote communications services provider to enterprise customers, enabling them to achieve the full range of benefits from a digital transformation of their field operations. Last mile access technologies in iNet’s portfolio include Starlink, GEO VSAT, fiber, microwave and an owned and licensed Private LTE network covering over 130,000 square miles in the Lower 48. Critical infrastructure industries served include oil and gas, renewables, utilities and mining. iNet also combines its advanced connectivity with OT/IT solutions from digital technology partners to deliver fully-integrated solutions in categories such as ESG monitoring and compliance, intelligent visual monitoring and real-time data services. Learn more at iNetLTE.com.

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