Thuraya IP is a generation ahead in design and performance. It is an ultra light weight and compact satellite modem and the world’s smallest, most durable terminal to provide speeds of up to 444 kbps.
Send and receive emails and access your corporate network wherever you are. Easily portable, rapidly deployed and user-friendly, Thuraya IP is a powerful satellite IP modem that will change the way you live and work.
Engineered to provide broadband data communication at the highest speeds, Thuraya IP was the first mobile satellite solution to support 384 kbps streaming IP. This convenient ‘always-on’ terminal enables fast, reliable data connectivity even from the most remote regions across more than 140 countries in Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe.
Compact and light weight
Thuraya IP is A5-sized and weighs only 1.3kg, making it the smallest and most mobile satellite broadband IP modem available.
Thuraya IP is extremely durable, built to IP55 standards meaning it is the toughest in its class and able to go wherever you need.
When using the Thuraya IP, our satellite network’s dynamic resource allocation minimizes signal congestion in areas where there is a high degree of communication traffic – such as natural disaster zones or scenes of armed conflict.
Fast and reliable connectivity
Thuraya IP provides standard background IP services of up to 444 kbps or dedicated streaming IP bandwidth ranging from 16 kbps to 384 kbps, depending on your quality of service requirements. Perfect for bandwidth-hungry applications, it is ideally suited to video streaming, video conferencing and downloading/uploading large files.
Thuraya IP provides asymmetric streaming capability, enabling you to vary the relative upload/download rates as required. This significantly reduces bandwidth usage and minimizes your costs.
Thuraya IP’s web-based graphic user interface is accessible via a standard web browser and is extremely easy to use. Simply connect the IP modem to your PC via Ethernet or WLAN and you are ready to access the internet.