Iridium - Land Mobile

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Iridium GO!

Iridium GO! provides global voice calling and text messaging solutions for your smartphone, as well as enhanced data capabilities offered through optimized apps to meet your unique needs.

No worries. No roaming charges. Just connected and in touch wherever you are, whenever you need, with the devices you rely on everyday.


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Beam RemoteSAT - RST100

RemoteSAT has been designed to be used in fixed site, maritime and emergency service applications where permanently installed reliable communications services are required. The RemoteSAT device enables a Beam TrackALERT RST030 alert tracking interface to be connected directly to the terminal and there is also a purpose built back-up battery available that can provide up to 24 hours standby time for mission critical applications.

The terminal is capable of presenting dial, busy and ring tones to suit country-specific requirements as well as auto-dial or restricted dial functionality. The terminal also supports access to the complete range of data services provided by Iridium including Short Burst Data, Circuit Switched Data and Direct Internet as well as SMS.


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Iridium 9555

Iridium 9555 is compact, light, and easy to use right out of the box. It’s engineered to withstand rugged environments and connected to the only truly global mobile network — so you can depend on it as a communications lifeline whenever and wherever it’s called for.


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Iridium Extreme 9575

The Extreme is Iridium's top-of-the-line satellite phone. Being highly ruggedized, it offers superior voice, SMS texting, GPS, low-speed Internet, SOS button, and real-time web-tracking.

This popular satellite phone works in all weather conditions and is an ideal communications tool for remote industry, military, maritime, backpackers, or anyone who requires a reliable satellite phone wherever they travel.


IridiTRAK

IridiTRAK terminals provides an intelligent tracking interface that enables the configuration of individual reporting fields such as latitude/length/speed/direction/height as well as the status of alarms or digital inputs as configured on the terminal.