The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has announced several new initiatives to improve connectivity in the Port of Singapore, including a new 4G mobile network built in collaboration with M1 Limited.
Buzz Marine will supply 9 of its HubbaX4 Go marine broadband devices to the Fred. Olsen fleet of high speed catamarans that operate between the Canary Islands.
The Microwave Vision Group (MVG) has announced the launch of S@iLink, a 4G broadband solution that it says will provide speeds up to 100 Mb/s for vessels in coastal and port areas.
Greek tanker company Stealth Maritime has agreed a deal to install the shipznet maritime near-shore communication system from German company bobz on its vessels.
Maritime Communications Partner (MCP) today announced that it has secured a first customer for VAVE, the onboard entertainment and information platform it launched in March for the ferry and cruise industry.
Buzz Connect has launched a coastal broadband system which uses 3G and 4G mobile connectivity and which it says can achieve download speeds of up to 100 Mbps.
Maritime Communications Partner (MCP) today announced the launch of VAVE, a digital platform that creates a ship-wide cloud on board cruise or ferry ships.
MTN Communications has launched OceanPhone Mobile, a calling and messaging app for maritime crews which leverages the Wi-Fi infrastructure on vessels, as well as its own network.
Maritime electronics manufacturer Martek Marine has launched its iECDIS system, integrating a GSM modem to offer automatic download and installation of charts, updates and notices to mariners.
Thuraya has launched an Android version of its SatSleeve device, which brings satellite connectivity to smartphones. The first version, launched less than a year ago, was designed for iPhones.
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