Oulu, Finland (SPX) Jun 17, 2010
Elektrobit has introduced two new VoIP phones to its EB Tough VoIP product portfolio with EB Tough VoIP Field Phone and EB Tough VoIP Desktop Phone. Introduced at EuroSatory 2010 in Paris, these rugged products increase the ability of militaries to communicate and bring broadband data connectivity to the field, vehicles and command posts.
As part of the EB Tough VoIP product portfolio, the EB Tough VoIP Field Phone and Desktop Phone can be seamlessly integrated to customers' existing communications infrastructure.
Their rugged design enhances their ability to provide reliable VoIP services when faced with demanding conditions, enabling militaries to gain new and improved operational capabilities. These cutting-edge products come equipped with the flexibility required to meet different customer-specific requirements.
"Understanding the importance for militaries to utilize broadband services over existing communications infrastructure, we designed these new phones in order to meet those demands and strengthen operational capability," said Mikko Viitaniemi, senior manager, Wireless Solutions, EB.
"These products further exhibit EB's ability to develop robust products for the defense industry, and engineer the most dynamic solutions that promote next-generation communications for militaries."
Eurosatory is a defense industry trade show held every two years in Paris and is organized in partnership with the French Ministry of Defense. The show attracts global industry leaders and experts throughout the defense and security sectors.
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