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ITC Global Offers Advanced Satellite Communication Network to Mining Sector
February 06, 2013
By Mandira Srivastava, TMCnet Contributor
The mining industry is a progressive industry. With the advent of reliable satellite and communication technologies, remote mining companies can improve their operations and employee retention. In order deliver mining communications requirements, ITC Global is offering iDX 3.2 and X7 capabilities to the mining sector.
With this announcement, ITC Global will be providing cost-effective communications platform to miming companies. ITC Global is a provider of enterprise-class satellite communications to premier mining companies around the world. This upgrade also proves ITC Global's commitment to offer network innovation to mining sector. This will enable ITC Global to satisfy the 20+ Mbps bandwidth requirement the mining sector now demands.
With deployment of iDX 3.2 and X7 capabilities, companies can improve the network's ability and can handle multiple IP applications Voice over IP, radio over IP, CCTV, remote permission and control and the automation of critical operational tasks.
These communication services can enable mining companies to deliver secure, high-performance two-way communication between employees. It will boost business productivity, ensure compliance with health, safety and environmental initiatives and help companies to finish their projects in a timely manner.
Chris HILL, chief technology officer, ITC Global, said in statement, "The development of iDX 3.2 and the X7 remote are important steps in the evolution toward higher performance satellite technology. These new products enable service providers like ITC Global to satisfy increasing customer demands for bandwidth, while growing their revenues in fast-growing markets like the global mining sector."
iDX 3.2 includes Adaptive TDMA combined with iDirect's (News - Alert) DVB-S2/ACM outbound technology improves efficiency across a wide range of terminals, including compact rapid-deployment and mobile antenna systems for Comms-on-the-Move (COTM) and Comms-on-the-Pause (COTP) applications.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey