Bittium Delivers Hybrid Satellite, Terrestrial Devices in Mexico
Thursday, January 18, 2018 | Comments

Bittium received the first orders from Mexican government authorities for mobile devices developed for a satellite communications system. The total value of the first orders is about 2 million euros (US$2.44 million), and the devices will be delivered to the customers by the end of the first quarter of 2018.

The mobile devices have been developed in a product development project that started in 2015. The product development phase has concluded, and the devices are now in volume production. The mobile devices are manufactured in Finland.

Bittium has opened a branch office in Mexico to enable high-quality customer support for the local customers and to contribute to sales and marketing in Mexico and other Latin American countries. Fernando Castillo was appointed as general manager of the branch office in Mexico.

“These are the most advanced hybrid devices in the world developed for a satellite communications system, which can be used for communications in both the satellite and terrestrial networks,” said Hannu Huttunen, CEO of Bittium. “In addition to high-quality products, we want to offer our customers in Mexico high-quality support and local services. Our presence in Mexico will also give us better visibility to the whole Latin American market.”

In addition to the branch office in Mexico, Bittium has sales and customer support activities in the United Kingdom, Singapore and the United States.

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