Network Innovations formally launches Iridium Certus Globally
Network Innovations has been successfully beta- and field-testing the new Iridium Certus service for several months.
Network Innovations has been a partner for satellite operators since 1996, and has been involved in testing every new L-Band satellite service. The lessons learned through the process of beta- and field-testing have provided the company's teams with a unique and complete understanding of the service’s functionality, allowing them to hit the ground running both on the support and sales side.
The result is early customer adoption with one of the first commercial activations globally.
The company has been able to gain first-hand expertise and in-depth knowledge of both the service and the hardware while assisting Iridium in preparing for the commercial launch, as their global teams conduct vigorous testing.
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