EAST's ultra-high throughput newWAVE satellites provide broadband connectivity to the world's most demanding customers at home, at work and on the move.

Customers expect broadband connectivity everywhere: at home, at work and on the move. EAST's newWAVE satellites extend the coverage of terrestrial services and deliver broadband to residential, business and government users in areas that are either unserved or underserved. With download speeds in the hundreds of Mbps, EAST will initially offer services in Latin America, the Middle East & Africa and Southeast Asia to vertical markets such as consumer broadband, wireless backhaul, in-flight connectivity, defense & security, e-government, content distribution, etc.

For enterprises and governments, who need to move large amounts of sensitive data around the world, security and reliability are key. EAST's advanced system architecture logically separates and routes data across the company's state-of-the-art satellite network infrastructure while delivering the industry's best cost to performance metrics. Customers can rely on EAST's newWAVE satellites with strong data encryption to achieve the highest level of security for both domestic and international communications.

The key to delivering cost-effective broadband via satellite is flexible payload technology. EAST's newWAVE satellites optimally allocate power and bandwidth, in near real-time, to match the fluctuations in capacity demand. In addition to being flexible, EAST can rapidly scale the size of its fleet to address explosive broadband demand growth. With its relatively narrow spotbeams and advanced digital payload, EAST delivers the world's highest capacity density.

EAST has developed turnkey GEO satellite broadband solutions that can be purchased outright or that can be brought into service with the signature of anchor capacity contracts. EAST is also open to providing hybrid Build Own Operate and Transfer (BOOT) solutions. EAST has developed high-performance LEO satellite imaging constellations that can be purchased outright.


Robert Jolly

Founder and CEO

Robert Jolly
Founder and CEO

An entrepreneur with 40+ years of IT experience including senior executive roles in sales and marketing, business development, funds raising and operations, Mr Jolly has launched firms on the ASX, NASDAQ, Hang Seng and other major bourses. Recently Mr Jolly was Managing Director and significant shareholder of Sirion (Helios Wire) a LEO satellite company focussed on the Internet of Things and founding President and Director of the unlisted public company, Jabiru Limited, a GEO satellite startup sharing a condosat with MEASAT. He has substantial commercial experience in SE Asia, North Asia and East Africa and Europe and has consulted to Telstra, Hyundai Japan, Sanyo, Mitsubishi, DEX, Olivetti, Acer, Toshiba, EAN, Molex and many others. Mr Jolly is a member of the National Space Association of Australia and the Asia Pacific Regional Space Forum.
Dr. Saqib Lari

An international consultant in Asia and the Middle East, Mr. Lari has consulted with Pakistan International Airlines, Pakistan Steel Mills, Sui Southern Gas Company, Tandy Radio Shack, General Electric (UK), Digital Equipment Corporation and Qtech Robotics as well as British Telecom, Global One and several major telecom companies. He has represented PCCW and ABS Satellite Services in Pakistan and Transnet Communications of Belize from the UAE.
EAST’s C-suite also includes senior executives in the CTO and COO roles with more than 50 years of international experience at established satellite operators including Viasat, SES, Telesat, Terrastar and Maxar Technologies. Detailed profiles of these two executives and other members of EAST’s team, including three new business development leaders in the Middle East, are available on request.



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