C-COM Sends Mobile Antennas to Russia

C-COM’s iNETvu Auto-Deploy Antenna. Photo: C-COM

C-COM’s iNETvu Auto-Deploy Antenna. Photo: C-COM

[Via Satellite 01-15-2014] C-COM Satellite Systems has received new orders for its iNetVu auto-deploy antenna systems from AltegroSky, the company’s largest Russian reseller. The antennas will assist with oil and gas exploration in Russia by one of the world’s leading oilfield services companies, and will be deployed over the Russian Yamal 200 and Yamal 402 satellites.

“The sale and rental of the C-COM manufactured iNetVu antennas to this exploration company is financially significant as well as a challenging and interesting projects for us,” said Ruslan Akchulpanov, commercial director of AltegroSky. “We have been successful in integrating the iNetVu mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems to a wide range of additional services offered to Russian costumers. This is one of the reasons why AltegroSky is the largest commercial VSAT operator in Russia.”

“This multinational oilfield services company is one of the largest C-COM iNetVu users with over 700 antenna systems deployed worldwide. Many of these installations are located in the most inhospitable and difficult to access parts of the world, such as Siberia, Western Australia and Northern Canada,” said Leslie Klein, CEO of C-COM Satellite Systems.

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