Danish service provider Seasat today announced that it has won a three-year contract to supply more than 60 VSAT systems to Maersk Supply Service vessels.
Cobham Satcom announced today that its SAILOR 900 VSAT antenna has been chosen to equip 45 Maersk Supply Service vessels. The manufacturer also signed today a strategic partnership agreement with Furuno that will see it provide this Ku-/Ka-band antenna and its forthcoming SAILOR Global Xpress antennas for integration in Furuno’s maritime VSAT portfolio.
Cobham SATCOM has developed a switchable feed kit for its Sea Tel 9797B antenna, which automates the process of transitioning the antenna from C-band service to Ku-band service.
Cobham SATCOM has announced that two new SAILOR antennas will be available this summer to prepare for Inmarsat’s forthcoming Global Xpress Ka-band service.
Inmarsat is set to launch a new voice and data satellite service designed specifically for the maritime leisure and fishing community called Fleet One, and has named Addvalue Technologies and Cobham SATCOM as manufacturing partners for the service.
Cobham SATCOM has released a Fibre Optic Solution to reduce the installation cabling requirements for several of its Sea Tel VSAT antennas.
Cobham has announced that it has begun a strategic partnership with Comtech EF Data that will see the integration of Comtech’s RF products across a range of Cobham SATCOM maritime antenna systems.
Cobham SATCOM has announced that its new SAILOR 6390/91 Navtex System is now available to order.
Comtech EF Data Corporation has announced that it has completed interoperability testing with a selection of Cobham maritime VSAT stabilised antenna systems and the ROSS Open Antenna Management (ROAM) protocol.
Cobham has announced the forthcoming launch of SAILOR 800 VSAT, a 3-axis stabilised Ku-band antenna system with an 83 cm reflector dish, which it says provides the same radio performance as competing 1m antennae.
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