Thuraya Targets European Gov’t & Defense

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Thuraya has partnered with the UK based Global RadioData Communications (GRC). According to the agreement, the specialist firm in communication solutions, GRC, will promote and distribute Thuraya’s entire portfolio of services to government and defense institutions in Europe. 

Thuraya, now offers a satellite phone, Thuraya XT. In addition, Thuraya provides advanced data services through its competitively A-5 sized ThurayaIP terminal that is enhanced to meet the needs of military and defense customers. Included in Thuraya’s portfolio of products are ThurayaMarine, a multi-purpose communication solution designed for a variety of sea vessels, as well as tracking solutions.

(www.thuraya.com)

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