Kymeta has released two new products designed to meet mobile communications needs through the use of cellular networks and broadband satellite connectivity.
The Kymeta u8 is a Ku-band-compatible offering that houses embedded software-defined wide area network, satellite and cellular modem capabilities, while the Kymeta Connect is developed to link remote terminals with managed satellite and cellular services via a virtual framework, the company said Monday.
The u8 device can function as an outdoor unit, antenna or a turnkey terminal with an option for low-earth orbit updates. The company noted u8 yielded a throughput of more than 45 megabytes per second on a large scan-off angle of over 50 degrees in a land mobile environment during a test.
The company eyes the release of a transportable configuration called u8 GO to support rapid deployment activities.
Meanwhile, Connect features a digital back office component for service and subscription management capacities. It works with the Access tool, a mobile application that streamlines management, monitoring and control of hardware and network devices.
Customers may access Connect at a starting price of $999 per month.