Globecomm Maritime has introduced its new crew voice and videoconferencing system based on the DigiCrew platform by DigiGone, to be called Access Chat Crew.
DigiGone, a Florida-based company specialising in encrypted software-based communication, has announced the introduction of a new videoconferencing service specifically designed for crew welfare.
Icelandic company On-Waves has introduced a maritime GSM ‘box’ that adapts GSM signals for transmission over any IP pipe from a vessel.
Software giant Microsoft has expressed an interest in developing an adapted version of its popular Skype product for use over satellite, according to Inmarsat.
KVH and Globe Wireless have both announced that they have both taken measures to assist Filipino seafarers in staying in touch with home in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan.
The Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control has reported that seven ships were detained for MLC-related deficiencies during the first month of implementation of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC, 2006).
UK-based company Satstream Media has announced the launch of SatstreamNet, a multicast-IP content delivery network developed specifically for the maritime industry.
Thuraya has announced that it has been selected by Smart Communications, a Philippines-based wireless services provider, for the launch of its new crew calling service, Marino PhonePal.
Thuraya has unveiled a new edition of the SatSleeve, a device which allows seafarers to use their own iPhone on the Thuraya satellite network.
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