Thrane & Thrane enters technology development agreement with US firm  

2007.02.22
Thrane & Thrane has entered an agreement with USA's Comtech Mobile Datacom Corporation, to develop a dual mode satellite terminal for the US Department of Defense
Thrane & Thrane, a Danish company specialising in satellite communication products, has entered an agreement with USA's Comtech Mobile Datacom Corporation, to develop a dual mode satellite terminal for the US Department of Defense. The new terminal will combine Comtech's mobile satellite terminal technology with Thrane & Thrane's Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) terminal and network technology.
 
The collaboration could also help pave the way to the US market for land mobile solutions. John Alexandersen, head of investor relations of Thrane & Thrane says: "Initially it is for the military, but in principle it could also be for other customers. In certain contexts, it is very important that you are either an American company or have an intensive and close collaboration with an American company."
 
Daniel Wood, president of Comtech Mobile Datacom comments: “Comtech is delighted with this groundbreaking collaboration with Thrane & Thrane, a technology and industry leader in BGAN and manufacturing of robust terminals. We have entered an agreement with a highly competent organisation which we think delivers the de facto standard in BGAN equipment”.
 
Thrane & Thrane is a world leading manufacturer of terminals and land earth stations for global mobile satellite and radio communication. The company was founded in 1981 and has since established a strong position in global mobile satellite services based on the Inmarsat system. Thrane & Thrane is listed on Copenhagen Stock Exchange. The news was reported by IDag and on the Thrane & Thrane website.
 
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