GRC are proud to provide GPS tracker support to British Armed Forces personnel, who are running 268 miles along The Pennine Way! They are completing the event in an effort to raise money and awareness of The Hoplite Fund, a charity which supports serving members, the dependants of serving members, and ex-members of the United Kingdom Special Forces Signal Regiment, a Hereford based charity.
We would like to thank all our guests who managed to make it out of the DSEI 2017 halls and on to the Sunborn to visit us - we had a great week and the event was a huge success!
We had live demonstrations of the GRC Sandfly, Cobham Explorer 5075GX and Swarm45 satellite terminals, running over Avanti and Inmarsat GX in addition to Inmarsat BGAN and Thuraya IP+ in operation.
Scytale Maritime is a rapidly deployable, carry-on solution, providing a secure data and voice hub, that can be deployed to any vessel where reliable communication is vital.
In response to the growing trend for Naval Forces to utilise civil vessels, the Scytale Maritime offers a stand-alone, carry-on solution, which can be rapidly deployed without the need for permanent installation.
The Swarm45 is an extremely compact, rugged, lightweight and unobtrusive system providing high-throughput data rates, making it ideally suited to the government, defence, commercial and disaster recovery sectors.
It is operational on Global Xpress, Avanti and other high-throughput Ka-Band satellites and can also be configured to operate at Ku and X-Band frequencies.
Since its launch the Internet has seen explosive growth, becoming the world’s most powerful network and connecting millions of people globally.
The utilisation of the Internet by military, government and other security conscious organisations for the passage of sensitive data has not previously been possible due to the lack of easily transportable IP encryption mechanisms that are approved to encryption accredited standards.
The Scytale Mini is a small form factor device which is easily configurable, transportable and able to provide a high level of anonymity to deployed users passing secure data back to office locations. The device will also provide an IP capability over trusted 3rd party networks with the option for VoIP services.
The Scytale Mini uses two trusted 3rd party vendors to reroute traffic prior to hitting the final destination firewall and the use of Next Generation Encryption (NGE) algorithms and techniques to thwart the efforts of cyber criminals.
GRC would like to invite you to the first Herefordshire showcase for the defence and security industries!
Held on Wednesday 1 February 2017 at The Courtyard, Hereford, Herefordshire between 10.00am – 16.30pm, the Herefordshire Defence & Security Expo is a forum for military, security agencies and suppliers to identify common interests, solutions and opportunities.
Thuraya’s XT-LITE is the world’s best-value satellite phone. Designed for cost-conscious users, this reliable satellite handset offers a clear and uninterrupted connection at an unbeatable price.
An easy-to-use satellite phone, users can make phone calls and send SMS messages in satellite mode. If you’re about to embark on a journey of mountain-climbing or desert crossings, Thuraya’s XT-LITE is the best choice on the market for keeping you in touch with friends and family - at an affordable price.
GRC Ltd. has launched a new Network Monitoring Centre (NMC) and associated Help Desk at its Hereford business centre of operations. The NMC is now ‘LIVE’ and will support existing and future customers with Network Assurance, Performance Monitoring, Escalation and Resolution.
Thuraya has launched a dual-mode, dual-Sim phone. The Thuraya XT-Pro dual bridges the gap between satellite and terrestrial communications, allowing users to move seamlessly across terrestrial and satellite mobile coverage.
The handset comes with a dedicated SIM slot for satellite communications and a second one for GSM communications. The new handset's 'Always On' capability lets users alternate between networks, ensuring they are always reachable on both the satellite and the terrestrial networks.
GRC has been featured in the local news, highlighting the ongoing success of our Scytale product.
Read the full story here: http://www.herefordtimes.com/news/14534452.Hereford_based_company_wins_overseas_defence_contract
Whatever your reason for travelling, in today’s busy world, communication is critical. So what happens when you pull out your trusty mobile phone and see the dreaded no signal? This is where satellite phones (sat phones) deliver the answer.
Earlier this year Global Radiodata Communications (GRC) delivered Scytale Lite, a rucksack based communications solution, to the welfare service operated by Airbus Defence and Space.
This week the GRC G2 Solutions team are in Cyprus attending the Inmarsat Global Xpress (GX) Bootcamp. The next couple of days will see GRC gearing up alongside Inmarsat and partners for the full global launch of Inmarsat’s new GX services.
A portable satellite Wi-Fi hotspot that supports the communication needs of all smartphone users
GRC are looking forward to hearing David Hartshorn’s (Secretary General Global VSAT Forum) talk on the Spectrum fight. In a recent interview, David spoke passionately about the increased regulation and governance of type approved antenna systems and control of allowing non satellite companies to use spectrum space that has historically been used for satellite and bands that will be in the future. This type of work is of paramount importance to secure a satellite industry for the future.
With VSAT 2015 drawing closer we wanted to have a look at some of the keynote speakers.
GRC are pleased to be announced as the official bloggers of VSAT 2015 running from 16-18th September 2015 Royal Garden Hotel. VSAT 2015 remains the highlight annual meeting place for the major decision makers from across the industry to focus on key issues, discuss the latest industry developments and identify opportunities across the globe.
Wireless Magazine sharing GRC's Arion solution good news