Thuraya launches ruggedized IP commander

Terminal targeted at military and emergency response professionals
Randy Roberts, chief innovation officer, Thuraya
Randy Roberts, chief innovation officer, Thuraya

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Thuraya telecommunications company has launched the IP Commander, a voice and data terminal that’s been purpose-built for military, government, civil defense and emergency response teams. The product is certified to IK10 and IP66 standards.

Randy Roberts, chief innovation officer, Thuraya, said: “Thuraya IP Commander is a vital terminal built for the military and emergency response professionals. IP Commander is the only MIL-SPEC vehicular terminal capable of achieving streaming IP speeds of up to 384kbps as well as user-definable asymmetric streaming functionality.”

According to Thuraya, the solid broadband terminal offers clear and uninterrupted voice connectivity through its robust handset. Thuraya IP Commander is being positioned as the right choice for facilitating vital communications at high speeds, essential for (C4ISR); blue-force tracking; logistics management; and tactical command for swift mission deployment.

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