Thales launches Eiji suite of secure mobile telecommunications services for professional users

Eiji is designed to enable enterprises and civil security forces to use smartphones and tablets at work, while protecting sensitive data and ensuring continued access to networks

Thales launches Eiji suite of secure mobile telecommunications services for professional users

Thales has launched Eiji, a suite of mobile telecommunications services, designed to provide essential operators, major corporations and civil security forces with secure, resilient communications for public and private security missions.

Eiji is Thales's response to user demand for the benefits of smartphones and tablet devices in their work environment, at the same time as protecting sensitive data and ensuring continuity of access to networks.

The Eiji range of services uses public networks and is based on two key fundamentals: security and guaranteed access to networks (2G/3G/4G, satcom, Wi-Fi, landline, etc.).

Eiji services can be tailored to the specific requirements of each customer and are offered in the form of a subscription with invoicing of consumption. They incorporate the very latest security and resilience technologies from Thales, including cyber security and professional mobile radio, and can be installed on a wide range of standard and ruggedised devices.

As part of the Eiji solution, Thales supplies mobile terminals complete with specific smartcards, applications and optional equipment to create local bubbles and communication relays. As a trusted architect, integrator and operator, Thales audits requirements and takes responsibility for custom design, deployment and service delivery as well as continuous support for Eiji users.

Eiji key points

  • Mobile telecommunications services
  • The benefits of mobility combined with the need for secure data exchange
  • Guaranteed access to all types of networks
  • A solution tailored to all types of mobile devices.

 

Written by Wireless magazine
Wireless magazine

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