SWE-DISH posts increase in government sales

With governments' focus moving from larger national networks with fixed terminals to networks with smaller mobile terminals suited for rapid deployment abroad, where interoperability to other organizations networks is a key functionality, SWE-DISH posted an increase in sales to the government sector in the last couple of years.

According to the company, the interoperability requirement has forced a migration to open standards-based infrastructure, where IP is the primary way of communicating.

This fits the SWE-DISH product portfolio very well, the company said.

The IPT Suitcase, in combination with SWE-DISH communication kits such as the Mobile Office, provides satellite communication for numerous numbers of simultaneous users. It offers a highly integrated multimedia solution for voice, video conference, video streaming and a large number of LAN extensions over an encrypted broadband satellite connection.



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