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Purpose driven connectivity. Satellite Internet – VSAT Prepositioned for Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Sustainable Economic Development. Satellite Internet - VSAT Lighting tomorrow…. TODAY.

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purpose driven connectivity
Purpose driven connectivity

Satellite Internet– VSAT

Prepositioned for Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Sustainable Economic Development

satellite internet vsat lighting tomorrow today
Satellite Internet - VSATLighting tomorrow….TODAY

Through satellite internet, installed with purposein remote locations, hope for a better, more healthy, and more prosperous tomorrow is experienced in the NOW. Through our “We Have Faces Too” initiative

MTNGSis committed to assist others in benefitting from global connectivity so that world-class healthcare, education, mentoring, and disaster preparedness and response can be realized at each location.

We call this:

Purpose Driven Connectivity

prepositioned global infrastructure for c ku x band
PrepositionedGlobal infrastructure for c, ku, x-band
  • 8 teleports covering the world
  • 28 satellite “footprints” (Ku and C Band)
  • 400 Mbps of internet backbone access
  • 12 global points of presence
  • 20,000 miles of leased redundant fiber
  • 24/7 network operations support
prepositioned respected varied client base
Prepositionedrespected & Varied client base
  • Government

8 of 15 cabinet agencies

  • United States Military

3 of 5 military branches

  • Cruise Line Industry

90% of all large cruise ships

  • Off-Shore Oil Rigs
  • Mega Yachts
  • NOAA Research Fleet
  • NGOs and Disaster Response Organizations
prepositioned proven expertise infrastructure
Prepositionedproven expertise & infrastructure
  • Maritime Telecommunications Network (MTN) was the first to offer a stabilized VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) satellite solution in 1981.
  • 600+ stabilized VSAT systems currently in service
  • 165+ fixed site VSAT systems
  • 135+ cellular systems installed on ships
  • 260+ experienced, full-time staff

MTNGS wholly-owned U.S. teleport

prepositioned proven past performance


Installed two 6009 Ku antennas and provide managed space segment and prepaid telephone debit cards to this polar ice breaker.

Prepositionedproven past-performance
prepositioned proven past performance1
PrepositionedProven Past-performance

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - NOAA

Installed VSAT equipment and manage bandwidth for ship to shore data feeds and HD video streaming from the ocean floor.

Okeanos Explorer

prepositioned international disaster preparedness and response

USNS Comfort – Supplied bandwidth on this hospital ship following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, providing them with the capability to conduct telemedicine procedures and video conferencing with hospitals in the United States.

Prepositionedinternational disaster preparedness and response
prepositioned responsive respected personnel
Prepositionedresponsive, respected personnel
  • James (“Jim”) Ramsey - President of MTNGS
  • US Army Lt. Col. retired
  • 35 years communication/leadership experience
  • White House Communications Agency (WHCA) – President Clinton & President G. W. Bush (including 9/11)
  • 1000 Presidential trips
  • Elected to WHCA Hall of Fame
  • Communications/Logistics director for the 2004 G-8 Summit, Sea Island, Georgia
  • Scott Davis – Sr. Director, Engineering
  • US Air Force Master Sergeant retired
  • 20 years of satellite communication management and systems engineering
  • White House Communications Agency – President Clinton & President G.W. Bush (including 9/11)
prepositioned responsive respected personnel1
Prepositionedresponsive, respected personnel
  • Steve Agrecy – Director of Operations
  • US Army Master Sergeant retired
  • White House Communications Agency – President Clinton & President G.W. Bush (including 9/11)
  • White House Military Office
  • Executive Communications Deployment Team at the Department of Homeland Security
  • Robert Turner – Vice President of Business Development
  • 25 years in the satellite industry (Spacenet Integrated Government Solutions, Comtech EF Data, SES New Skies, Equant, Global One, Sprint Government Systems Division
  • National Coordinating Center for Telecommunication
  • National Security and Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP)
  • 2009 President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee – Satellite Task Force
  • Government/Industry Mission Assurance Working Group
capacity building tele health
Capacity buildingtele-health
  • Connectivity to doctors, hospitals, specialists, research facilities, and universities around the world.
  • Linking local sites to resources, data, and healthcare centers such as the CDC, NIH, WHO, UN.
  • Real-time consultations, diagnosis, and mentoring possible.
  • Up-to-date information sharing throughout the country in times of emergency and disaster.
capacity building tele education
Capacity buildingtele-education
  • Connecting to educators and institutions of higher education world-wide.
  • Accessing the most current information, data, resources on any given subject.
  • Downloading books, articles, presentations, and online educational materials that can be stored on servers, computers, and tablets.
  • Real-time mentoring of students, teachers, administrators, staff.
capacity building disaster preparedness and response
Capacity buildingDisaster preparedness and response
  • Sustainable connectivity in times of emergency and disaster.
  • Centers for distribution of information, goods, services, and contact with the “outside world.”
  • Operational logistics site for communication with gov’t agencies, relief organizations, and ministries.
  • Prepositioned with food, water, generator, and resources in readiness for emergencies and disasters.
capacity building pandemic preparedness and response
Capacity buildingpandemic preparedness and response
  • Centers for research and information gathering, sharing.
  • Command site for distribution of goods, services, and resources in times of outbreaks.
  • Continued source of communication to international centers such as CDC, WHO, NIH, UN.
capacity building social networking
Capacity buildingsocial networking

“I think the internet will help bring about world peace. If you have 10 Facebook friends in a country, would you feel a bit different about bombing it? The line between ‘us’ and ‘them’ is getting blurry, and for many, it’s already disappeared.” (Dan O’Donnell.)

  • Peer-to-peer networking
  • Collegial collaboration
  • Institutional exchange of information
  • Youth-to-youth connectivity
  • Star athletes mentoring school children from their hometown and homelands