C-COM unveils Gilat compatible iNetVu 985 Ka-band antenna

C-COM Satellite Systems, a global provider of mobile
auto-deploying satellite antenna systems, announced the launch of its new
iNetVu 985 Ka-band antenna system.

The iNetVu 985 is a 98 cm Ka-band vehicle-mounted antenna
representing C-COM’s next generation of mobile, auto-deploy antenna systems.

The Ka-band antenna system was tested by Gilat Satellite
Networks a provider of products and professional services for satellite-based
broadband communications networks worldwide, and is fully integrated with
Gilat’s SkyEdge II Ka-band terminals.

“Ka-band technology represents a significant shift
in the satellite market and the introduction of the iNetVu 985 represents an
opportunity for C-COM to remain at the forefront of next-generation
auto-deploying satellite antenna products. We are delighted to have Gilat’s
extensive knowledge of Ka-band technology to support us throughout the
development process and are confident that the new iNetVu 985 will
be a strong contender in our accredited product range,” said Leslie Klein,
president and CEO of C-COM.

“The advent of Ka-band capacity brings new
opportunities for satellite communications; together with C-COM, we are proud
to be able to take part in advancing the development of leading products and
services for this rapidly growing market,” said Gai Berkovich, VP R&D,

The iNetVu 985 joins C-COM’s extensive range
of mobile self-pointing, auto deploy antennas. The proprietary developed
antennas allow the delivery of broadband satellite Internet access, VoIP and
Video services in diverse mobile environments, including disaster management,
emergency services, oil and gas exploration, and SNG.

Recently, C-Com Satellite Systems has received
approximately $1.5 million in orders for its iNetVu mobile antennas from its
Russian resellers,

The iNetVu antenna systems will be used for oil and gas
exploration, military communication, satellite newsgathering and disaster
management. The company has already shipped some of the units this month and
will complete the order before the end of August.

By Telecomlead.com Team
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