ANYWAVES, the only « pure player » European antenna equipment manufacturer for New Space, and SYRLINKS, one of the world leaders in space radio communication equipment for small satellite constellations, has signed a partnership agreement for the supply and marketing of S-band and X-band antennas on an international scale.
On June the 23rd, Nicolas CAPET and Guy RICHARD, respectively ANYWAVES & SYRLINKS CEOs, signed a partnership agreement at SYRLINKS’ headquarters giving to SYRLINKS the exclusive distribution of S-band and X-band antennas manufactured by ANYWAVES.
ANYWAVES and SYRLINKS both share international ambitions and aim at becoming leaders in their respective spheres of activity.
By adding ANYWAVES as product supplier, SYRLINKS is now able to provide a full and complete range of innovative equipment for smallsats. This international positioning will provide ANYWAVES and SYRLINKS with valuable new business opportunities.
Whatever the size, partnerships are essential for New Space contractors since they can truly speed up innovation, the business process and time to market for new products.
According to Guy RICHARD, SYRLINKS’ CEO: “this partnership fits with our strategy to enrich and diversify our commercial space product offering. Being able to offer transmitters and receivers combined with compatible antennas is a real value-add for our clients. This association with ANYWAVES allows us to align perfectly with the needs of this new and rapidly developing market.”
ANYWAVES’ CEO comments: “Our S-band and X-band antennas have reached their industrial maturity and this agreement allows us to boost our international ambitions. Being associated with a player such as SYRLINKS also confirms our positioning as antenna experts for smallsat constellations and illustrates our ability to respond to the needs of the market.”.
Thanks to this partnership agreement, ANYWAVES and SYRLINKS have aligned in a winning combination where their complementary skills and international leadership ambitions will deliver a new set of capabilities to the New Space sector.
The announcement was made 2 July 2020.