Telecom Lead India: The U.K.-based Seals, a provider of rugged communications equipment, is set to launch VR7 and TS3, two ultra-rugged mobile communications devices, in India.
Seals says Indian telecom market is attractive to them as it is the world’s second-largest emerging market for telecoms, particularly for mobile phones.
The company will be showcasing its products at India Telecom 2012 on 13-15 December 2012. Participation at India Telecom 2012 will be a gateway for the company to enter Asian markets in phases.
The potential growth in this sector is ensuring that the India Telecom 2012 exhibition will attract a lot of attention from the world’s leading manufacturers.
Seals, which manufactures rugged communications equipment, is focused on delivering professional mobile communications equipment for specialist industrial users and extreme individuals.
With a penetration rate of over 76 percent, the number of mobile phones users in India is now close to 1 billion, offering huge potential for global telecommunications manufacturers such as Seals.
The increasing competition, combined with a homogeneous product offering in the Indian market, means there is a massive opportunity for new product categories.
Features of Seals VR7 and Seals TS3
- International IP67 and above certification
- U.S. MIL-STD-810G standard passed
- Guaranteed waterproof, shock-proof, dust-proof
- Ability to work in extreme temperatures from minus 20 degrees Celsius to 60 degrees Celsius, with a prolonged working time.
In addition, Seals has exclusive use of GPS one-key positioning which helps users identify their positioning and facilitate emergency assistance – a function which has already gained positive feedback and high praise from distributors and end users.
Seals products are already widely used in a range of heavy industries in Europe and America, such as oil, mining, transportation and construction.