H2OLiteSpeed, which offers download speeds of up to 4 Mbps, was developed specifically for the maritime market by a consortium consisting of H2OSatellite, satellite provider SES Broadband Services and antenna manufacturer KNS.
H2OSatellite says that this push to 200 installations has been helped by the fact that, following the launch of the compact Supertrack A6 version of the product earlier this year, there is a terminal to suit all vessel types and usage needs.
“I have said from the beginning that this is a great maritime package, and reaching this milestone of 200 vessels proves this,” said Robert Kenworthy, managing director of H2OSatellite.
“The Litespeed package will continue to go from strength to strength and I look forward to seeing the results of the next year with further developments to the product range within the package.”
“H2OLiteSpeed turns the ship into a remote office complete with VPN links, file transfer/sharing, video conferencing as well as e-mail, data transfer and remote support. All of the partners believe that H2OLiteSpeed has huge potential.”