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Sep 23, 2014, post by admin

VSAT Satellite Terminals provide high-speed data transmission during critical missions

Intended for first responder and military use, VSAT Satellite Terminals helps ensure fast, effective responses during critical missions. Supplied in man-portable and airline checkable packages, systems utilize traditional dish equipment to provide high bandwidth data connections through geostationary satellites in X, Ku, and Ka bands. Transmit data speeds up to 5 Mbps and receive speeds as high as 15 Mbps are possible. 

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Sep 01, 2014, post by admin

Thuraya IP Commander

Thuraya Telecommunications Company has launched IP Commander, the satellite terminal with a MIL-SPEC feature set that has been engineered to enable mission-critical voice and data connectivity in the most extreme conditions.

IP Commander is ideal for military and civil defense applications, facilitating vital communications at high speeds, essential for C4ISR, blue-force tracking, logistic management and tactical command. It enables reliable real-time two-way communications for effective communications between HQ command and deployed units.

IP Commander is easily integrated with Thuraya-certified solutions related to video surveillance, video conferencing and TETRA over IP. It also enables connectivity and interoperability over a wide range of communication platforms, providing network access, email/file transfer as well as supporting secure communications using government-approved IP encryption devices.

Key features:

Simple, quick and easy-to-install
Data and voice connectivity can be achieved within minutes
Reliable access across Thuraya’s satellite network
Rugged voice handset for clear and uninterrupted voice connectivity
IP data speeds of up to 444kbps, streaming IP speeds of up to 384kbps
User definable asymmetric streaming

For more information about Thuraya IP Commander, please send us an enquiry

Sep 01, 2014, post by admin

UPDATE 1-HK satellite firm serving troops in Afghanistan stages strong Sydney debut

A satellite internet provider serving U.S. and Australian troops in Afghanistan and air crash investigators in Ukraine made a strong debut in Sydney trading, with the firm saying increasing incidence of “man-made disasters” would bolster its prospects.

Hong Kong-based Speedcast International Ltd had raised A$150 million ($138.86 million) in its initial public offering selling 64 percent of its stock. The rest are held by directors and Boston-based private equity owner TA Associates.

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Satellite Internet in Afghanistan for US Troops and Civilians

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