Navarino has announced that its Infinity system has now shipped more than 4,000 units, with the system having launched five years ago.
Jeppesen has entered into a partnership with maritime satellite communications company Navarino to create a new platform for chart data delivery via satellite.
Navarino and the Business Centre of Athens (BCA) College have introduced what they are calling the world’s first MSc in Shipping designed specifically for e-Learning on board ships.
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.
Navarino reports that it has now added full support for IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) for its Infinity solution.
Navarino reports that Turkish shipping company Kaptanoglu is to deploy its Infinity Plus communications management technology on its ships, following a three month trial of the system.
Athens based operator Cape Shipping has agreed a deal to implement the Infinity platform from Navarino to manage IT and communications on board three ships in its fleet, as well as opting for Infinity Cube for an upcoming newbuild.
Navarino has announced that its Infinity Cube bandwidth management solution has been installed on its first vessel, Eletson’s Mt Kinaros.
Navarino reports that it has agreed a deal to provide FleetBroadband antennas and airtime to the two LNG tankers operated by Höegh LNG, and is now working with the Norway-based company to outfit the vessels Arctic Lady and Arctic Princess with JRC FleetBroadband 500 equipment.
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