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Talia US launches mobile communications vehicle at OilComm 2014 and Global MPLS expansion to the Americas

06th November 2014

Talia, the market leading teleport, satellite, and terrestrial network operator, looks set to turn heads at their exhibition at OilComm 2014 by launching its new mobile communications vehicle, which is sure to take remote communication to the next level

Talia US launches mobile communications vehicle at OilComm 2014 and Global MPLS expansion to the Americas
Talia will be releasing the vehicle as a stylish on-the-road smart car or a rugged off-road vehicle which will ensure that most terrains throughout the world are covered

OilComm, the oil and gas industry’s annual communications expo, sees oil and gas companies come together to view the latest technologies and solutions available to them.

The conference and expo will host some great keynote speakers and showcase new and improved technology tailored to making the industry smarter.

Talia will therefore be likely to catch the eye of many of the attendees here by showcasing its mobile communication vehicle at its exhibition space.

The global communication experts, who have recently set up a regional office in The Woodlands, Texas, is headed up by Kurt Spindle, formerly of Orange America, and has long provided solutions to those in need of remote communications.

Its main service offerings are to those in the oil and gas and construction industries, and has developed this vehicle to enable a satellite connection to be driven to almost any location in the world.

Talia will be releasing the vehicle as a stylish on-the-road smart car or a rugged off-road vehicle which will ensure that most terrains throughout the world are covered, and this promises to give much needed coverage to even the most remote of areas.

Both models feature 1.2-metres Ku band, auto-acquire antenna, iDirect Evolution X5 modem capable up to a 5Mbps uplink and are fully operational systems.

“One of the best things about these vehicles, is that the technical specifications can be customized to customer requirements for various different modes of communication, and different applications, which makes them ideal for crisis communications, extending infrastructure and allowing connections at remote locations”, said Kurt Spindle, Director of Enterprise at Talia International.

With the expansion of Talia’s physical presence across the US, this also marks the addition of North America to our global MPLS network, which connects Germany, Iraq, London and the UAE.

You can visit Talia’s exhibition at OilComm between 5-7th November, at the George Brown Convention Center, in Houston, Texas.

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