Seamlessly connect your businesses to the digital world wherever you may be with Epsilon’s reliable end-to-end satellite services.
Expand your global footprint
Enjoy extensive global coverage with Asia’s largest satellite teleport, powered by KT Sat. Satellite centres are strategically located across South Korea, Singapore, and Germany to provide you with coverage even to remote locations.
Seamless Global Satellite Connectivity
Epsilon and KT Sat delivers global coverage on land, at sea and in the air over a wide range of satellite services.
Get a glimpse of how our solutions can support your core business functions, granting you and your users with seamless, uninterrupted global connectivity anywhere and anytime.
Satellite services serve as the only viable option in locations where ground network is difficult to implement. By providing private network services including data and voice, Epsilon provides optimized, stable end-to-end connectivity for critical functions and applications even in remote, rural, and isolated regions to ensure the sustainability and security of business operations.
Both domestic and overseas content can be transmitted and distributed easily and securely via satellite services. With 24-hour customer support, we ensure stable international satellite broadcasting, live and record viewing of media, and even transmission of live onsite broadcasting from locations without ground networks.
With solutions customised for maritime communications, satellite services can provide unlimited, reliable end-to-end internet connectivity for all types of ships, vessels, rigs or tankers to drive operational excellence, crew welfare and safety.
Advanced teleport services, combined with our operational expertise and global network infrastructure, can enable businesses facing difficulties in accessing their satellites. This is supported by over 40 antennas, a dedicated network, and 24-hour operational support by our team of experts.
Frequently Asked Questions
A satellite service provides communication links between various points on Earth using satellites to wirelessly connect the points together.
Satellite communication has two main components:
- Ground segment: Consists of fixed or mobile transmission via remote terminal, antenna system and teleport/earth stations.
- Space segment: The satellite itself, working on various frequencies to transmit data
A typical satellite link involves the transmission or uplinking of a signal from an Earth station to a satellite. The satellite then receives and amplifies the signal and retransmits it back to Earth, where it is received and reamplified by Earth stations and terminals.