Meet MVSA USA at the SCI Annual Convention in Reno, Nevada. We will be presenting the all NEW CERTUS Iridium MissionLink Terminal.
Thales MissionLINK provides global terrestrial communications coverage, anywhere in the world. Unaffected by weather or landscape, it is the solution to depend on for essential communications wherever your mission takes you.
Whether you operate as part of a deployed force or a single individual, this solution is designed to meet your unique challenges through a simple, adaptable and robust design.
MissionLINK operates using Iridium Certus broadband services over a network of 66 satellites that cover 100% of the globe. The solution utilizes this robust network service to provide highly reliable, mobile and essential voice, text and web communications for fixed sites and mobile users.
MVS USA’s team was selected again in 2018 by the Brazilian government to provide satellite connectivity to remote voting centers. This solution was created by MVS to ensure a safe and secured means to transmit local voting results.
In winning the opportunity to once again support the elections in Brazil, MVS continues to cement itself as the ‘Election Company’ within the satellite industry,” said Deborah Deffaa, CEO of MVS USA. “We have the Continue reading
MVS launching CERTUS trials! After successful internal testing, MVS is putting CERTUS Vessel Link in the field and to work.Stay tuned as the capabilities of MVS grow together with Iridium Next.
MVS USA Selected by Iridium to Deliver CERTUS High-Speed Data and Voice Service
Company Developing a New Platform, FLEXX, to Deliver CERTUS to Partners, Providers and End-Users
Hawthorne, New Jersey, January 25, 2018 – MVS USA Inc., a leading satellite communications solutions provider, today announced the signing of an agreement with Iridium Communications that will enable the company to deliver the Certus data and voice service using its new FLEXX platform in development. Certus is Iridium’s new, secure, worldwide high-speed data network designed to dramatically enhance global satellite service. The service is powered by the new Iridium NEXT constellations of satellites, recently launched by SpaceX.
The migration of Classic Aero, Fleet 77, Swift 64 and Inmarsat C services (to include Aero C and Mini C) from the Pacific Ocean Region (POR) I-3 satellite to the Asia/Pacific (APAC) I-4 satellite has been re-scheduled.
The Iridium® network has been approved to provide Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS) services, signaling an end to a decades-long satellite industry monopoly