05 July 2022
Sepura, the Cambridge-based critical communications organisation, has achieved ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification, in recognition of its proven compliance to the highest level of information security management. BSI issued the certificate following an extensive audit process.
To achieve the ISO 27001 certification, organisations must demonstrate a systematic and documented approach to protecting and managing sensitive company and customer information including intellectual property, employee and customer details, financial information and data entrusted to it by third parties.Find out more
21 June 2022
Sepura has launched its first VHF TETRA radios, providing a solution for mission critical users in challenging conditions such as extensive underground networks and remote, expansive outdoor environments.
Sepura’s VHF solution fills a notable gap in the market for quality VHF TETRA radios, complementing the reliability, security, and mission critical protocols of TETRA with the powerful audio processing of the SC Series radios, ensuring crystal clear audio in loud, wet or dusty conditions.Find out more
20 June 2022
Sepura has launched a Dual Mode version of its SCU3 Broadband Vehicle Device, increasing the options available to critical communications users. The upgraded model has a built-in TETRA module, enabling users to combine Mission Critical Voice with the power and flexibility of data connectivity via LTE networks.
The Class 3 TETRA module in the new SCU3 Dual Mode device supports Direct Mode in the 380-473MHz band, meaning critical communications users in public safety, transport, mining and utilities can benefit from the trusted reliability and audio quality delivered by TETRA, alongside nearly three million other Sepura TETRA users around the world.Find out more
11 April 2022
5G satellite operator OQ Technology successfully completed the in-orbit commissioning (IOC) of its Tiger-2 nanosatellite and is ready to begin customer demonstrations.
The company said it is already in talks with several potential customers interested in using the company’s satellite-based 5G IoT services and will start commercial services for “latency-tolerant” low-power devices beginning this year.
“Completing the IOC phase and the successful tests with our terminals in remote locations was a crucial step to start generating revenue via the satellite and progress the constellation with more satellites to be launched in early 2022,” said Omar Qaise, founder and CEO, OQ Technology. “In addition to potential customers, we are also negotiating with cellular chip partners to scale up the satellite access capability to existing cellular IoT chips globally. Our next step is starting service demonstrations with our potential customers and their use cases.”Find out more