Network-ready satellite terminal introduced by ViaSat

One of the world leaders in network services and products, ViaSat, has introduced the VMT-1220P: a lightweight, portable satellite terminal that is ready to connect to a worldwide broadband network. Featuring an auto-acquiring antenna that can send and receive full-motion video files, ViaSat’s satellite broadband terminal comes in a 16x16x24-inch frame which can easily be house in a ballistic bag for transport and shipment.

The new device was proudly introduced at the AUSA 2012. The VMT-1220P’s mobility and network-ready features makes it an ideal solution for military operations working in remote regions of conflict. Set-up can easily be done with the user-friendly interface, and soldiers can utilize the terminal to access classified networks across the globe, as well as make phone calls.

According to Larry Taylor, Vice President of ViaSat Alpha Innovations Team, the VMT-1220P offers high-performing connectivity that could easily access broadband networks without compromising the quality of the services.

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