Inmarsat Government introduces BGAN Converge

Wednesday 30 January 2013 | 04:05 CET | News
Inmarsat Government, a wholly owned subsidiary of Inmarsat, has launched its new service, BGAN Converge. This service allows government BGAN users to achieve data rates through commercial BGAN channel bonding. The BGAN Converge offering enhances throughput up to 800 kbps bi-directionally. BGAN Converge supports various fixed and mobile platforms and does not require changing any existing equipment. It offers video conferencing, video streaming and VoIP services. The BGAN Converge system consists of the software that resides on a router, as well as a Converge server located at the Inmarsat

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Inmarsat / SAS
Countries: World
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