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Abu Dhabi, 25th May 2011: Thuraya Telecommunications Company will be the official telecom sponsor for the second year of the Sir Bu Nair Dhow Race that is taking place in the UAE on May 28th. During the race, the media reporters will be deploying the world’s smallest satellite broadband solution “Thuraya IP” to provide real-time updates of news, videos and photos of this prestigious long distance 60ft sailing dhow event.
Abu Dhabi, 23rd May 2011: When embarking on a new mountain expedition, professional mountaineer Arnold Coster ensures that he has a Thuraya XT handheld as part of his gear. He has deployed the satellite handheld, which is known as the world’s toughest satellite phone, for his last six 8,000 meter mountaineering adventures. His latest mountain challenge has been a trek up Everest where he has relied heavily on the data services of Thuraya XT, which provides the fastest data service in the satellite handheld market.
Abu Dhabi, 24th April 2011: Thuraya Telecommunications Company will be sponsoring the Istanbul University Solar Race Team in the World Solar Challenge across the continent of Australia. During this week-long international green technology initiative,
the Turkish racers will be depending on Thuraya IP, the world’s smallest satellite broadband solution supporting 384 Kbps data streaming, and Thuraya XT, world’s toughest satellite handheld, as their full communication solutions.
Abu Dhabi, 30th March 2011: Spanish mountaineer Edurne Pasaban has once again selected Thuraya as her satellite communications partner for her forthcoming expedition to Mount Everest. During her trek up the world’s highest summit Pasaban will be deploying Thuraya XT and Thuraya IP for weather forecasts, website updates and to stay in touch with family and friends.
Abu Dhabi, 21st March 2011: Following the devastating 9.0 magnitude earthquake which struck Japan, triggering the 23-foot Tsunami that damaged the terrestrial fixed and mobile networks, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in coordination with Thuraya have deployed vital satellite communication equipment to enable relief efforts. This includes the world’s smallest broadband solution, Thuraya IP and satellite handheld phones.
Abu Dhabi Dhabi, 16th March 2011: Thuraya has announced the signing of a key distribution agreement with European telecommunications specialists, Tetra Communications. The Athens-based distributor holds strong relationships with leading Government and military organisations in Greece. Under this agreement, Tetra Communications will market Thuraya’s voice and broadband data services in Greece and surrounding NATO countries.
Abu Dhabi, 7th March 2011: Thuraya announced the launch of the new Seagull 5000i solution in partnership with Addvalue Communications Pte Ltd., as part of its maritime communications portfolio. The specialised marine terminal is designed for small vessels or fishing boats and provides voice, data, SMS and fax services that are based exclusively over Thuraya’s satellite network.
Abu Dhabi, 25th February 2011: Thuraya Telecommunications announced today that its mobile satellite communication services have been subjected to harmful and intentional interference in Libya over the past 7 days. The interference has affected both data and voice communications over Libya and some surrounding
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