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In the modern world, technology moves fast. And those who don't adapt are left behind. Especially when it comes to aviation and maritime connectivity.

From GEO to MEO and LEO, multi-decade contracts, and the introduction of next-generation technology, the options can seem complex and overwhelming.


Decisions made today will influence your business model for years to come, leaving your company’s offerings always a step behind what passengers demand.


Anuvu is bringing a fresh approach to the business of satellite connectivity.

Leveraging cutting-edge technology, to give you flexible solutions so you're not locked in for decades, stuck with legacy systems and tired business models.


Welcome to The Anuvu Constellation

Built by technology company Astranis, our constellation will provide smart, efficient and agile connectivity to those in the air and at sea.

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Providing dedicated coverage and capacity tailored to terminals on the move you'll get the connectivity you need now - with the ability to adapt in the future.

Moving forward, without compromise.

Where we've been:

Heavy geostationary satellites (GEO)


Heavy GEO was the only satellite option, orbiting the earth for some 40 years.

5+ years to build

Can take over five years to design and build.

Once launched, they're locked

Analog components limit operational flexibility to changing ground conditions.

More than 22,000 miles from earth

Historically bulky, static, and with designs based on legacy ways of thinking.

more than 6 tons

15+ years

With long periods of using the same technology and broad, continent-sized coverage areas, there is no room to maneuver or advance as technology evolves.

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Where we're headed

Anuvu Constellation

Astranis Microgeo


18 months build

Approximately 18 months to build and launch, orbiting for seven years.

Ability to upgrade from the ground and move beams based on demand.

Astranis founded 2015

Small, compact and versatile1m x 1m x 1m



Less launch risk and quick lifecycle that doesn't lock you in for decades.

upgrade from the ground

LEO Constellations

satellites in LEO constellation

Approximately 600 miles (1,000km) from earth

Speed of light

Data can travel at the speed of light from one satellite to another resulting in a full interconnected global mesh network.

20x faster

than today's GEO satellites and on par with fiber networks.

Airconnect Ka IFC

Airconnect Ka IFC terminal to be used with the Telesat Lightspeed.

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The future


Heavy GEOs will take a backseat while LEO becomes primary provider of connectivity. MicoGEOs provide support through targeted beams and dedicated network capacity, providing the ultimate flexibility, speed, and efficiency.

Low Earth Orbit SatellitesAnuvu Constellation MicroGEO Satellites

It's clear the satellite world needs to move faster.

Our fully-managed, vertically integrated, rapidly scalable solution is the revolution needed to keep pace with customer needs. With us, you'll be at the cutting-edge of connectivity business models, mixing performance, speed and economics, today and into the future.


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About Anuvu

For nearly two decades Anuvu’s team of global experts have made us the leading provider of high-speed connectivity and entertainment solutions for demanding worldwide mobility markets, focused on next-generation passenger and guest-connected experiences in the air and at sea.

Through long-standing customer relationships we have a proven track record of meeting our customers’ needs, even as the world changes. Anuvu’s flexible and agile approach enables us to adopt today’s newest technologies, while optimizing for tomorrow, so that we may tailor solutions to our customers’ business and brand.

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Video: The Anuvu Constellation

Learn more about the Anuvu Constellation and our partnership with Astranis.

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Press release: Anuvu Secures Major Capacity Deal with Teleset

Los Angeles, CA and Ottawa, Canada – February 14, 2022 – Anuvu and Telesat (NASDAQ and TSX: TSAT) have announced today the largest yet in a series of satellite capacity deals, providing Anuvu and its customers with new Ka-band connectivity over the Southeastern US, the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and Central America.

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