CLARUS LOW EARTH ORBIT
As a leading LEO distribution partner, we deliver high-speed, low latency connectivity for our clients, whether it’s on land, at sea, or in the air.
The Future is Now
CLEO is part of a worldwide communications network that is powered by a constellation of hundreds of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites. Our goal is to enable high speed, low-latency internet connectivity for everyone including enterprises, communities and the public sector, in every location across the world.
Our satellites, combined with ground-based global gateway stations and user terminals, will provide affordable, robust communications services, connected to our IoT future, and create a route to 5G everywhere, for everyone.
CLEO will provide broadband-speed connectivity everywhere above 50 degrees North, spanning Europe, Asia, the Pacific Ocean, North America, and the Atlantic Ocean. A full global rollout is planned for 2022.
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how does CLEO work?
Under ITU regulations, CLEO has secured priority rights to operate the Ku- and Ka-band spectrum. This brings over 6 GHz of spectrum into use, enabling global, high-speed connectivity for the unconnected 4 billion.
In addition to its constellation of satellites, CLEO has unrivalled infrastructure on the ground. This includes ground stations and user terminals across the UK, Europe, Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Iceland and the Arctic seas, with global coverage planned to be completed by 2024.
CLEO has embedded internationally recognised cybersecurity standards within all of its technology and associated services. This includes security compliance and best practice during the full lifecycle – development, operations and decommissioning – across the full network architecture and infrastructure.
Satellites & PNT Capabilities
In partnership with Airbus Defence & Space, LEO satellites can be manufactured to order, ensuring that demand will always be met. Additionally, CLEO is delivering a specialised Position Navigation and Timing (PNT) project with the Satellite Applications Catapult. This innovative project requires no satellite changes and minimal modifications to the ground network, supporting the future resilience of critical global satellite infrastructure.