The increasing demand for high-speed internet, voice, video and data connectivity in remote regions has led the satellite industry to develop new terminals at an incredible speed, decreasing size, weight and power (SWaP) to allow users to deploy faster, move more easily and operate for longer, at higher throughputs.Read more
Buongiorno to all our friends and partners at the Intelsat Closer Connections event in Rome!Read more
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.Read more
GRC has been featured in the local news, highlighting the ongoing success of our Scytale product.
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Whatever your reason for travelling, 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. Unlike traditional mobile phones, which rely on a signal using local infrastructure, satellite phones receive their signal direct from satellites, allowing them to operate globally and in the most remote regions in the world. Using a satellite phone can also allow you to take advantage of more affordable call options too, often offering better value than traditional mobile operators in many countries.Read more
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.
We are delighted to announce they are now also adding Scytale Medium to their mobile welfare communications portfolio, working alongside their global commercial operator network to provide and deliver scalable welfare communications solutions, as part of their Wel2Go suite.Read more