Sea IT reports that it has entered into a long term ICT agreement with Veritas Tankers that will include installation of its BlueCORE Generation 4 platform, as well as BlueCONNECT, a virtualised software which acts as mail server and communications management system.
GT Maritime has announced that it is set to phase out its GTMail software, with an End of Life programme underway that will see users migrated to the company’s latest GTMailPlus system, built from the ground up using modern development languages to improve optimisation and enhance the remote configuration features available shore side.
Airbus Defence and Space has introduced a new online satcom management tool called Portal360, which can be used by both its maritime service provider partners as well as end users.
Navarino has announced that it has now passed the marker of having shipped 3,000 Infinity units, with the system having been launched four years ago, as it gets set to roll-out a major update to all of its users.
Orange Business Services has launched a new service called Maritime Connect, which aims to assist shipping companies in managing ship communications across a variety of satellite systems through a single, integrated solutions platform.
Setel Hellas reports that it has agreed a deal with Greek shipping company Navarone to deploy its SmartBox-V system across its fleet.
Airbus Defence and Space has released the latest version of its XChange communications management platform, enabling crew accounts to be managed from shore.
Offshore operator EMAS has chosen Orange Business Services to provide a cloud-based communications solution that will connect 2,000 employees across seven countries.
Harris CapRock has announced the launch of a new integrated maritime communications product called Harris CapRock One, which it says will feature the world’s first tri-band antenna capable of connecting to C-band, Ku-band and Ka-band services.
Marine insurance company The Swedish Club reports that navigational claims such as collisions, contacts and groundings have remained at consistent levels despite advances in technology and safety systems.
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