Intellian Markets to Commercial & Large Vessels

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Intellian Technologies announced its entry into the commercial and large vessel marketplace with the launch of its first VSAT communications antennas, two satellite TV and three VSAT models.

Intellian’s VSAT market entries include three models; the 3-axis v110 and v130, and the 2-axis s60. The v110 and v130 sport 41.3-inch (1.05 meter) and 48.75-inch (1.25 meter) dishes feature a highly effective and fully automated 3-axis stabilized platform that delivers satellite access throughout a range of minus 15-degrees to 120-degrees.

(www.intelliantech.com)

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