French rocketmaker Inmarsat is set to launch its second satellite in a year.
The firm has already launched two satellites in 2017, and plans to launch a third in 2019.
Inmarlat says it will launch the first satellite of the second generation of the constellation.
The company says it is “committed to launching the second satellite as soon as possible.”
Inmaula is set for its maiden launch in 2019, and the firm says it has already been “delivering more than one million tonnes of fuel” for the satellite.
It will launch in a geostationary orbit, and will operate for at least five years.
Inmunarsat, in partnership with French company Eutelsat, will launch a small satellite called Inmala-2.
InMaula-2 is set at 5kg and will orbit in a 5,000km orbit, which is a distance from Earth that is relatively close to the equator.
The Inmalo satellites are designed to carry high-power, short-range communications and are designed with the ability to operate in low-Earth orbit for up to 18 months, or up to 50 years.