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  • Launch: Planned for 2022

  • Position: 95° West longitude

  • Coverage: The Americas, including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and more countries in South America

  • Service sectors: Consumer, small business, enterprise, government, service providers and mobility

  • Capacity: More than 500 Gbps

  • Manufacturer: Maxar

Announced in 2017 and planned for launch in 2022, JUPITER™ 3 (EchoStar XXIV) is the highly anticipated, next generation Ultra High Density Satellite (UHDS) that will dramatically expand the overall reach and capacity of the JUPITER fleet across the Americas. With two to three times the Ka-band capacity of JUPITER 2, JUPITER 3 is expected to be the world’s largest commercial communications satellite when it launches, bringing total capacity of the JUPITER fleet to more than 1 Tbps.


In terms of performance, JUPITER 3 will power service plans with download speeds of up to 100 Mbps, ushering in a new era of even higher speed services for consumers outside the reach of cable and fiber. The first HTS to use Q- and V-band for gateway feeder links in order to optimize the amount of Ka-band available for customers, JUPITER 3 will drive the continued growth of HughesNet® across the Americas. It will also support in-flight Wi-Fi, maritime connections, enterprise networks, backhaul for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), and Community Wi-Fi solutions.



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