TS2 wins satellite broadband internet deal at US Army

Friday 23 January 2009 | 11:19 CET | News
Polish global satellite access services TS2 Satellite Technologies has won a satellite broadband internet deployment deal at the US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. TS2's network in Iraq and Afghanistan currently has over 15,000 military users of local broadband satellite connections. TS2 Satellite Technologies provides two-way high-speed wireless internet access. Soldiers using a laptop or Wi-Fi network can receive internet signal via a special satellite VSAT modem. The VSAT access point is designed to provide broadband access to the internet, simultaneous data transfer to various users,

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