Inmarsat has announced details of its forthcoming Maritime Safety Data Service (MSDS) for FleetBroadband.
Inmarsat today announced that its first Inmarsat-5 Global Xpress (GX) satellite has achieved commercial service introduction (CSI).
Inmarsat has admitted that a delay in the launch schedule for its two remaining Global Xpress satellites is now likely, following the failure of an unrelated launch using the Proton launch vehicle on Friday.
Inmarsat Maritime today announced that its Fleet One broadband service, designed for leisure and fishing vessels, is now available.
Inmarsat has moved to allay fears that fresh US sanctions against Russia in response to the Ukraine crisis could derail its launch schedule for Global Xpress, with two launches currently planned to take place with International Launch Services (ILS) at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan during 2014.
Inmarsat today announced that it has struck a five-year agreement with NT Digital Partners to distribute films, television programmes as well as sports and news content to commercial ships via satellite broadband.
Inmarsat today reports that EMAS, a provider of offshore/subsea services, has equipped 35 vessels with its XpressLink service.
Korean manufacturer Intellian today announced that it has won a contract to supply FleetBroadband antennas for 38 Hanjin Shipping container vessels.
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.
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