WARSAW, Poland, August 25, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- TS2 has been awarded a contract for the supply of 150 satellite phones
to the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The equipment is intended to
secure communication in the event of emergency and the phones will be
provided to Polish ambassadors and consuls across the world. Diplomats
frequently visit regions where no conventional mobile telecommunication
system is available. Now they can use satellite connections ensuring global
coverage and safety.
The satellite telephony system is aimed to secure mobile communication
between the head office and overseas sites of the ministry in critical or
emergency situations such as: evacuation of the site, natural disasters,
breakdowns, local overload of terrestrial communication systems. They are
fully reliable, because, unlike mobile phones, they do not require
terrestrial cell sites which are not installable in some areas, and which can
be destroyed by natural disasters, sabotage or war actions.
The satellite handset, selected as a result of tender procedure, is
designed to work in just about any conditions - in rain storms, dust storms,
searing heat to sub-zero cold, tropical humidity or freezing fog. The phone
operates at -20 degreesC to +55 degreesC and transfers voice and data over
global geostationary satellites that will be operational into the 2020s.
Dust, splash and shock resistant (IP54), humidity tolerance from 0% to 95%.
TS2 http://www.ts2.pl is the leading provider of domestic and global
satellite access services. It has been providing its services amongst others,
to: the U.S. Department of State, the Department of Foreign Affairs and
International Trade Canada, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic
of Poland, United States Marine Corps (USMC), and the U.S. Army Corps of
Documentation and presentation of delivered phones
The Contract Award letter
Marcin Frackiewicz CEO of TS2
Contact: Marcin Frackiewicz CEO of TS2, phone +48226307070, fax +48226307071, firstname.lastname@example.org