OneWeb has partnered with maritime industry players including Cobham and Intellian to bring increased bandwidth connectivity to the shipping industry.
Marlink is launching a new Sealink Flex VSAT connectivity service that will provide high-speed bandwidth flexibility and options for seasonal users to meet variable service requirements and regional connectivity demands.
Telenor Satellite has signed an agreement with Newtec to provide higher throughput maritime services on its THOR 7 Ka-band High Throughput Satellite (HTS) using the Newtec Dialog single and multi-service VSAT platform.
Satcom Global has launched IPSignature 4, adding ‘Bring Your Own Device’ technology for vessels at sea, where crew can access web-based services via internet café hotspots through their own tablets, smartphones and laptops.
Orange Business Services has launched a new service called Maritime Connect, which aims to assist shipping companies in managing ship communications across a variety of satellite systems through a single, integrated solutions platform.
Navarino reports that it has now added full support for IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) for its Infinity solution.
Airbus Defence and Space today announced the release of version 3.1 of its XChange communications management platform, with a new feature allowing any device connected to on board networks to be accessed via a single system.
Dualog today announced that Danish-based shipping company TORM has chosen its Connection Suite as its maritime communications solution.
Dualog, a Norwegian provider of ship-shore data communication services, today announced that Deep Sea Supply has signed a contract to install Dualog Connection Suite on its entire fleet of 40 offshore supply vessels (OSVs).
Bremen-based developer MediaMobil has secured the first customer for its SASS@Sea bandwidth management system, used to switch automatically between VSAT and complementary communications systems.
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