OPERATIONAL PRIORITIES

IntelsatNG continues on the path to growth by pursuing the abundant opportunities in our sector.

As the industry continues its resurgence, we are positioned to win. With more than just our unique satellite-based infrastructure, we are pushing our network to incorporate fiber, teleports and networking platforms that allow our customers to grow wherever they desire and however creates the most efficiency for their operations. As a Globalized Network, our ubiquitous connectivity is fundamental to enabling a content-driven society AND a connected machine environment. A new and powerful community recognizes that there may be no better platform than satellite to achieve connectivity everywhere.

Priority One

Maintain our design, manufacturing and launch schedule.

Priority One

Maintain design, manufacturing and launch schedule.

Intelsat has three Intelsat EpicNG satellites scheduled to launch in 2017:

  • Intelsat 32e which successfully launched on February 14, 2017;
  • Intelsat 35e in the second quarter of 2017; and
  • Intelsat 37e in the third quarter of 2017.
Priority Two

Accelerate commercialization of Intelsat EpicNG through the following:

Priority Two

Accelerate commercialization of Intelsat EpicNG through the following:

  • Introduction of managed services;
  • Development of distribution alliances with major service providers; and
  • Development and commercialization of new innovative ground and antenna technologies suited to targeted sectors, such as cellular backhaul and aeronautical applications.
  • In 2017, we expect Kymeta‚Äôs first Ku-band 70cm mTenna, geared toward the maritime sector, to enter commercial production.
Priority Three

Maintain our leadership in government services by:

Priority Three

Maintain our leadership in government services by:

  • Leveraging our first-to-market position to demonstrate new capabilities provided by higher performance and next generation hardware designs, such as our recent demonstrations of the use of Intelsat EpicNG services for Unmanned Aerial System (“UAS”) vehicles; and
  • Focusing on projects that require end-to-end network responsibilities and complex network support, thereby improving our value proposition to government customers seeking affordable solutions from a trusted commercial provider.
Priority Four

Optimize our capital expenditure plan, through:

Priority Four

Optimize our capital expenditure plan, through:

  • Continued financial discipline, including incorporating new satellite life extension technologies, such as Mission Extension Vehicles (“MEVs”), that maximize efficiency, flexibility and increased return on investment; and
  • Maintain our industry-leading portfolio of spectrum rights to maximize market access, customer responsiveness and continuity of service.