Tag Archives: 3G

Intelsat to Provide Satellite Services for Myanmar’s Wireless Comms Network

Intelsat has been selected to provide satellite services to Myanmar in an effort to build on the country’s 2G and 3G wireless network infrastructure. Myanmar’s ministry of transport and communications will initially utilize C-band satellite services from Intelsat 902 and Ku-band services from Intelsat 906 for wireless communications services, Intelsat said Friday. The …

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Radisys, Octasic, Quortus Unveil New Multiradio System

Radisys, Octasic and Quortus have introduced a multiradio system designed for use in military and public safety operations. Radisys said Monday the ruggedized radio system is designed as a combination of its small cell software systems with Octasic’s platforms and Quortus’ virtualized evolved packet core service into a complete, network-in-a-box tool. The system is built for …

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Hughes SATCOM System Aims to Link Water Emergency Response Teams; Chris O’Dell Comments

A Hughes Network Systems business unit has implemented a communications-on-the-move system for emergency response units in southwestern England. Hughes Europe deployed its 9450-C11 mobile satellite terminal over the Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network to give Wessex Water a unified communications system that is designed to work in areas with no wireless …

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General Dynamics Broadband, CalAmp Form Mobile Tech Partnership; Chris Marzilli Comments

General Dynamics Broadband and wireless communications technology provider CalAmp are partnering to offer mobile technologies to customers in the public safety, defense and industrial sectors. The companies will offer customized versions of CalAmp’s multi-carrier broadband routers with GD Broadband’s LTE communications systems to connect users to 4G and LTE networks, CalAmp said Thursday. “GD …

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Cisco, Inmarsat Co-Launch 3G Telemedicine Services; Wael Abdulal, Drew Brandy Comment

Cisco and Inmarsat have co-launched a new telecommunications service intended to help organizations provide healthcare support in remote areas and undeveloped communities. The companies aim to help medical facilities and professionals interact with and take care of patients in locations with little-to-no telecommunications infrastructure, Inmarsat said Tuesday. Inmarsat will equip …

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Lockheed, Thales Subsidiary Helping Iridium Develop 'Switchboard in the Sky' Satellite; Bob Kramer Comments

Lockheed Martin is developing application software for an Iridium satellite constellation scheduled to launch in 2015, Lockheed announced Monday. Iridium’s NEXT constellation, which Lockheed calls a “switchboard in the sky,” will consist of 66 cross-linked low-Earth orbiting satellites providing mobile communications services worldwide. Iridium President and CEO Matt Desch spoke …

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