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globalstar.com

Founded Year

1991

Stage

Loan | Merged

Total Raised

$3.5M

About Globalstar

Globalstar (NYSE: GSAT) is a mobile satellite service provider with terrestrial spectrum holdings. It offers connectivity beyond cellular with the smallest and lightest global mobile satellite phones powered by its satellite network.

Globalstar Headquarter Location

300 Holiday Square Blvd.

Covington, Louisiana, 70433,

United States

408-933-4000

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Globalstar Patents

Globalstar has filed 24 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Aircraft instruments
  • Geodesy
  • Global Positioning System
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

9/25/2019

1/18/2022

Global Positioning System, Satellite navigation systems, Geodesy, Aircraft instruments, Navigation

Grant

Application Date

9/25/2019

Grant Date

1/18/2022

Title

Related Topics

Global Positioning System, Satellite navigation systems, Geodesy, Aircraft instruments, Navigation

Status

Grant

Latest Globalstar News

Globalstar Announces Successful Launch of Spare Satellite

Jun 20, 2022

Share Globalstar, Inc., a leading provider of satellite-powered innovation, announced the successful launch of the FM-15 spare satellite from Cape Canaveral’s Kennedy Space Center. FM-15 is the 25th and final satellite of Globalstar’s second-generation constellation, which was manufactured and stored by Thales Alenia Space. The satellite is expected to remain as an in-orbit spare and will only be raised to its operational orbit at a future date, if needed. “This latest satellite, which will serve as an in-orbit spare, plays a crucial role in our continued growth plans prior to the launch of additional satellites procured from MDA and Rocket Lab which are expected to launch in 2025.” Launch services provider SpaceX confirmed that the upper stage of the Falcon 9 rocket accurately injected the satellite into its targeted low earth orbit. Globalstar has begun initial in-orbit testing and the satellite is operating nominally at this time. Related Posts “We are pleased to achieve launch success together with SpaceX and would like to extend a profound thank you to the team at Thales Alenia Space for successfully manufacturing, storing and then readying the satellite for launch,” said David Kagan , CEO. “This latest satellite, which will serve as an in-orbit spare, plays a crucial role in our continued growth plans prior to the launch of additional satellites procured from MDA and Rocket Lab which are expected to launch in 2025.” The satellite addition is designed to further support Globalstar’s data products and services including its legacy Duplex, SPOT retail consumer and Commercial IoT. The launch further solidifies Globalstar’s commitment to deliver uninterrupted connectivity to users worldwide.

  • When was Globalstar founded?

    Globalstar was founded in 1991.

  • Where is Globalstar's headquarters?

    Globalstar's headquarters is located at 300 Holiday Square Blvd., Covington.

  • What is Globalstar's latest funding round?

    Globalstar's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did Globalstar raise?

    Globalstar raised a total of $3.5M.

  • Who are the investors of Globalstar?

    Investors of Globalstar include Paycheck Protection Program, Thermo Companies and Thermo Capital Partners.

  • Who are Globalstar's competitors?

    Competitors of Globalstar include Fossa Systems.

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