Intellian launches latest Iridium Certus terminal

Intellian’s latest maritime terminal for use with the Iridium Certus network, offering global L-band connectivity, is now available for order, the company has announced.

Originally launched in 2022, the C200M is designed to operate on the Iridium Certus 200 service, providing users with data speeds of up to 176 kbps (up and down) and supporting multiple concurrent voice calls.

The 3.5kg unit is Intellian’s smallest terminal, designed for commercial ships, fishing vessels and leisure craft, as well as unmanned surface vessels (USVs). It will join the existing C700 unit in the Intellian portfolio of Iridium antennas and can be configured as a standalone device or as a companion to VSAT and flat panels. 

The equipment encompasses a WAN mediator, Wi-Fi antenna, built-in soft PABX and firewall, including dedicated interference blocking elements. Once installed, the built-in AptusLX software can be used to manage commissioning and setup.

“Developed by our team in London, home to our L-band Centre of Excellence, in collaboration with our dedicated R&D team in Pyeongtaek, the launch of [these] Iridium Certus terminals exemplifies this dedication,” said Eric Sung, CEO, Intellian Technologies.

“The addition of these solutions not only expands our range of stand-alone L-band terminals but also as VSAT companions, enhancing our overall market offering. They are our most compact terminal to date and offer resiliency, enhancing connectivity, safety, and productivity across diverse applications.”

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