Software development and hardware integration company DigiGone's video communications system and software platform has been approved for use with mobile satellite services operator Thuraya's IP terminals. Thuraya is actively rolling out the DigiGone satellite communications service across their distribution channels in all vertical markets. DigiGone is ideal for maritime applications and is certified to work with Thuraya's Maritime Broadband terminal. The video communications system is currently being deployed on commercial ships for applications such as videoconferencing, security and ship-to-shore crew welfare calling. The software can be installed on most PCs, laptops, tablets or smartphones.
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