Shahril Shamsudin (left), showcasing SST’s Mission Critical Broadband technology to Home Minister, Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail (middle) at the recent LIMA 2023.

LANGKAWI — Sapura Secured Technologies Sdn Bhd (SST), a leading technology innovator in cyber, electromagnetic, command-and-control, and communications systems for the defence and security sectors, launched its next-generation mission-critical broadband solution at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) 2023 exhibition, recently.

SST’s mission-critical broadband is the first of its kind to be developed locally by home-grown talents, specifically tailored to meet the needs of public safety, emergency and enforcement agencies. The technology provides high-capacity capabilities and interoperability features, allowing seamless communications with existing networks.

Tan Sri Shahril Shamsuddin, President and Group CEO of Sapura, said, “SST’s mission critical broadband is already available for the use of public safety, emergency and enforcement agencies, using 4G LTE networks; and is ready to be integrated with 5G networks”.

“This launch signals the evolution of Malaysia’s capabilities in developing cutting-edge
telecommunications technologies that can effectively cater to the needs of the domestic and global markets.”

Shahril further adds that the creation of this technology reduces our reliance on foreign systems, making Malaysia more technologically sovereign to better protect key national digital infrastructures. “In addition to the public safety, emergency and enforcement agencies, we are also keen to address industries such as oil and gas as well as transportation, both locally and internationally,” he concluded.

— BebasNews

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