C-COM (News - Alert) Satellite Systems Inc., a provider of mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems, recently announced new orders worth $1,700,000 for its iNetVu mobile antenna products. The officials from C-COM announced that the iNetVu mobile antenna products will be used by companies from Russia, Japan and China for emergency communications, military, oil and gas exploration and disaster management.
iNetVu Antennas have been used around the globe supporting mobile operations that require broadband satcom in remote locations. The transportable VSAT, vehicle mounted antennas, provide two-way high-speed Internet connectivity to a wide variety of users. These antenna systems are powered by standard 12 Volt DC car batteries or the local electrical grid. The antenna can be activated with the simple push of a button or with a click of the mouse. Once activated, it extends automatically in a few minutes, locks onto the selected satellite and delivers broadband mobile Internet access, VoIP and video services anywhere in the world.
"Russia continues to contribute significantly to C-COM's revenue stream and the country is an important and rapidly growing market for our company. We are also seeing renewed interest in our products from Japan for emergency communications, where over 320 iNetVu antenna systems have been deployed to replace downed cell towers following the Tsunami last year." said Leslie Klein (News - Alert), president and CEO of C-COM. "Our customers value the ease of use, cost effectiveness and high reliability of our iNetVu antenna systems, which in many instances, are deployed to deliver life saving communication solutions."
In related news, C-COM Satellite Systems and Romantis Group recently signed another agreement of partnership wherein the C-COM's (News - Alert) iNetVu mobile satellite antenna systems will be deployed by Romantis - to deliver complex commercial emergency communications networks. The multimillion dollar partnership will boost the development of self-pointing mobile solutions based on the C-COM manufactured iNetVu antenna products and Romantis UHP VSAT technology.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman