NSSLGlobal has announced the further expansion of its Ku-Band VSAT network to include an additional two satellite beams covering the South Atlantic and Indian Ocean region.
Marlink has announced that it has delivered Ku-band VSAT services with a dedicated return link of 12 Mbps to a seismic survey vessel.
SAM Electronics Nederland has announced that it has signed a series of agreements with multiple airtime partners to meet increased demand for its VSAT capability.
SES and KVH have signed an expanded capacity agreement to provide high-speed internet access and voice over IP services to vessels traversing the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico and coastal waters off the US Eastern Seaboard.
German-based software provider INTERSCHALT has announced that it has teamed up with MTN Communications to deliver VSAT communications services to its customers.
Intellian says that it has commenced the first deliveries of its v100GX 3-Axis VSAT communications antenna, a Ku-band antenna that can be converted for use with Inmarsat’s Ka-band Global Xpress (GX) service.
MTN Communications has announced that Mano Cruises, an Israeli company which operates two cruise ships in the Mediterranean, has increased its connectivity services in conjunction with deploying MTN’s internet and crew calling solutions.
Simon Møkster Shipping has completed a ‘remote office’ project that has resulted in the company’s 23-strong fleet of offshore supply and specialist vessels becoming fully connected to the Microsoft Lync platform via its installed VSAT systems.
Marlink has announced that CMA CGM has chosen its standardised Ku-band VSAT service WaveCall for more than 35 container vessels, including the 16,000 TEU Marco Polo and its sister ships.
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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