Thuraya today announced the launch of a new broadband satellite terminal, Atlas IP, offering voice and data capabilities as well as other additional built-in functionality.
The National Search and Rescue Agency for the Republic of Indonesia, Badan SAR Nasional, is to implement a range of Thuraya systems for use in its search and rescue efforts.
Thuraya has launched an Android version of its SatSleeve device, which brings satellite connectivity to smartphones. The first version, launched less than a year ago, was designed for iPhones.
Thuraya has certified the RedPort Optimizer Wi-Fi router and the RedPort XGate e-mail and data service software.
DigiGone has announced that its video communications system and software platform has been approved for use with Thuraya’s IP terminals.
Thuraya has announced that it has been selected by Smart Communications, a Philippines-based wireless services provider, for the launch of its new crew calling service, Marino PhonePal.
Thuraya has unveiled a new edition of the SatSleeve, a device which allows seafarers to use their own iPhone on the Thuraya satellite network.
Thuraya reports that it has completed the delivery of its Maritime Broadband (MBB) solution to an offshore company in South East Asia.
Thuraya has launched a SatSleeve adaptor for the iPhone 5, which is now available from all its service partners.
Thuraya and Astrium Services have agreed a deal to strengthen their relationship by adding Thuraya's IP+, SatSleeve and Maritime Broadband (MBB) products to the Astrium Services portfolio.
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