Thuraya focuses on data-based offering

Thuraya reaffirms its market presence as a leader in its field at GULFCOMMS.
Thuraya is demonstrating its full range of data products and services.
Thuraya is demonstrating its full range of data products and services.

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Mobile satellite services operator Thuraya, is reaffirming its market presence as a leader in its field at GULFCOMMS.

UAE-based mobile satellite services operator is showcasing its broad portfolio of space-based products at this year's GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK by exhibiting its full suite of data, maritime and voice communications solutions.

Thuraya will be demonstrating live the world’s smallest satellite broadband solution to support 384 Kbps streaming, Thuraya IP. The lightweight, A5 sized terminal is the only one to offer asymmetric streaming, which allows consumers to select upload and download speeds for cost savings, will be on show for.

Thuraya will also be displaying Thuraya XT, which, according to the company, is the most reliable satellite phone to offer full walk and talk capabilities.

Ebrahim K. Ebrahim, Thuraya’s vice president, corporate and marketing communications, said: “Our focus is about providing reliable, quality and affordable communications, designed with the end-consumer in mind.

“Thuraya solutions are always easy-to-use, intuitive and, most importantly, they work when you need them to," he added.

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