Samsung And Airbus Strike An Offer For 400,000 Rugged Galaxy Devices

Samsung And Airbus Strike An Offer For 400,000 Rugged Galaxy Devices

Samsung announced a collaboration with Airbus that will see the Oriental company provide 400,000 rugged Galaxy units to workers of the French Ministry of Interior and Abroad Areas. The devices selected were the Galaxy XCover6 Professional mobile phone and Galaxy Tab Active3 tablet computer, which are particularly fit for the needs of the nationwide authorities, terminate divisions, and civil security.

The collaboration belongs to a job led by the French Ministry, called Radio Network of the Future (RRF - Reseau Radio du Futur). Its aim is to update interaction of residential security forces and to move from narrowband technologies to 4G and 5G networks, and a consortium in between Airbus and Capgemini will release the integration in the next couple of years.

KC Choi, EVP and Going of Global Mobile B2B Group, MX Business at Samsung said that choosing the Oriental company is an recognize and his group is "excited to see the ruggedized devices become a component of significant jobs".

Eric Davalo, Supervisor of Sales & Programs Europe at Airbus included that security is a "pretty requiring area" and Samsung has established itself as a companion, offering the prominent technology that's perfectly adjusted to the critical treatments of security and save forces.

Both the Galaxy XCover6 Professional and the Galaxy Tab Active3 are MIL-STD-810H, meaning their ruggedness is military-graded. Resilience is one concern but these devices also come with the Samsung Knox security service that includes an extra degree of protection to the software and hardware from the core up.

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