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Inmarsat has confirmed that it will be flying its Inmarsat-4 F2 (I-4 F2) communications satellite to a new orbital position above the Indian Ocean, creating a fourth full-service L-band region, which will offer improved connectivity capacity for customers in the Middle East and Asia (MEAS).
DOF Group reports that it has renewed its VSAT services contract with Marlink for five more years, with an option to further extend its communications capabilities.
Polish bulk carrier operator Polsteam has agreed a deal to install the mini-VSAT Broadband service from KVH on 60 vessels.
Antenna design company Shakespeare has launched the latest addition to its Galaxy range at this year’s Nor-Shipping with the JellyFish (JF-3), a three-way omni-directional antenna that integrates LTE (2G, 3G and 4G), GPS and Wi-Fi into a single unit for vessel installation.
Intelsat has introduced IntelsatOne Flex, a managed mobility service that aims to assist VSAT service providers in maritime and other industries by offering capacity on multiple satellite beams in a single package, and simplifying the combination of current Ku-band services with high-throughput capacity via the EpicNG network.
Buzz Marine is supplying its HubbaX4 Go marine broadband systems to five vessels from the UK’s Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (IFCA), providing the ships with 4G connectivity while at sea.
Amsterdam-based DeepOcean has selected Fugro to provide precise satellite positioning services for its entire offshore engineering fleet.
SK Telecom, South Korea’s largest mobile carrier, is being joined by a number of academic institutions to form a consortium dedicated to developing the country’s first underwater communications network.
iDirect Asia is partnering with Singapore-based ST Teleport on a new vessel-location tracking and network-monitoring platform called Nautical.
Space News has reported that Apax and Airbus Defence and Space are close to agreeing a deal on the sale of the latter’s mobile satellite communications services division, which Airbus originally bought from Apax in 2011.
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