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Cobham delivers 40,000th SAILOR FleetBroadband unit

Cobham and CTTIC mark the 40,000th sale Cobham and CTTIC mark the 40,000th sale Cobham

Cobham SATCOM has reported that it has sold its 40,000th SAILOR FleetBroadband system, with Chinese partner CTTIC (China Transport Telecommunication Information Centre) taking delivery of the unit that pushed them over the mark.

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“SAILOR FleetBroadband has performed incredibly so far,” says Jan Michelsen, vice president of Maritime Business at Cobham.

“While we are prepared to meet the maritime industry requirements for the next generation of maritime satcom with a portfolio of new Ka-, Ku- and dual-band antenna systems from SAILOR and Sea Tel, we still see that FleetBroadband has a vital role to play, especially to ensure vessels have full global coverage when moving to new High Throughput Satellite services.”

Earlier this year, Cobham announced the arrival of two new antennas designed with Imarsat’s Global Xpress in mind, which it says will integrate with FleetBroadband.

“SAILOR FleetBroadband is well proven since its launch as the first approved FleetBroadband antenna in November 2007, whilst our new GX antennas are built on a tried and tested technology platform,” says Mr Michelsen.

“Integrated, they provide reliable service in even the most extreme environments.” 


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