C-COM Next Generation Antennas Deployed in Japan
SINGAPORE, June 18, 2013 C-COM Satellite Systems Inc., (TSXV: CMI) the leading global provider of mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems, announced today at CommunicAsia2013, Asia’s largest communication exhibition, that 22 of its next generation iNetVu® 1201 model antenna systems have been deployed by first responders in Japan.
Following extensive trials in Japan, these new generation iNetVu antennas, which recently received Eutelsat approval, have been selected by first responders over a number of competing products.
C-COM’s partner in Japan in cooperation with a large Japanese multinational company has integrated, delivered and deployed the antenna systems on fire trucks in Japan.
“The 1201 systems are designed to rigorous standards for accuracy and reliability and require no maintenance. They can find the satellite with a simple push of a button. Extensive tests performed over a number of months by the customer in Japan confirmed the iNetVu® 1201 to be superior in technology, quality as well as price performance to all competing products tested” said Leslie Klein, CEO of C-COM Satellite Systems Inc. “Japanese customers tend to be extremely rigorous in selecting their suppliers. Being selected as a provider of technology to Japanese first responders is a significant endorsement of C-COM’s iNetVu® antenna technology in Japan” added Mr. Klein.
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