The future of the Mobile Satellite Services (MSS) industry depends on how fast operators can adapt to new market conditions, according to the latest report from Euroconsult.
Inmarsat has announced the successful transition of key L-band voice and data services from its I-4 F2 satellite to Alphasat, the telecommunications satellite developed by Inmarsat in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA).
In a surprise move, Airbus Defence and Space has announced that it plans to sell off its commercial satellite communications business, including its maritime satcom business and direct sales subsidiary Marlink.
Bremen-based shipping company Herm. Dauelsberg has agreed a deal with Telemar GmbH, the German subsidiary of the Telemar Group, to supply FleetBroadband services to its fleet of 18 vessels.
Satellite market research company NSR has issued a report claiming that the maritime sector is set to dominate demand for FSS satellite capacity, requiring approximately 160 satellite transponders by 2023.
Iridium Communications today announced the completion of the first five flight Main Mission Antennas (MMAs) for the Iridium NEXT constellation,designed by Thales Alenia Space, which will manage the reception and transmission of data to and from various Iridium customer devices on its next generation network.
Telemar has announced that it will provide FleetBroadband services to Asiatic Lloyd, a container shipping line based in Singapore.
Thuraya today announced the launch of a new broadband satellite terminal, Atlas IP, offering voice and data capabilities as well as other additional built-in functionality.
Inmarsat Maritime today announced that its Fleet One broadband service, designed for leisure and fishing vessels, is now available.
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