UK Electronic Solutions, part of the NSSLGlobal Group, has launched a new self-contained motion and impact monitoring system called Oceanic Dynamics, which aims to allow offshore vessels to monitor and report impact on structures, as well as advising on engine performance and reliability.
NSSLGlobal and Norwegian satcom reseller FleetCom AS have formed a strategic alliance that will see FleetCom selling NSSLGlobal’s range of maritime VSAT solutions in Norway, alongside third party solutions such as Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress and Fleet One.
NSSLGlobal has introduced Cruise Control (CC) LITE, an entry-level e-mail management system for the maritime sector compatible with both FleetBroadband and Iridium OpenPort.
NSSLGlobal reports that it has upgraded its VSAT network with the activation of two new beams, one in Ku-band and another in C-band.
NSSLGlobal has announced that it is conducting a trial of its Wi-Fi service across selected ships for the British Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary, to allow crew to use their personal devices to connect with internet services and applications.
Satcom service provider NSSLGlobal has added two new beams to its VSAT network.
Satcom provider NSSLGlobal has announced its merger with system integrator ESL.
NSSLGlobal today announced that it has opened a new teleport in Perth, Australia, which will extend its existing VSAT Ku-Band network in the South Pacific region.
NSSLGlobal has announced the further expansion of its Ku-Band VSAT network to include an additional two satellite beams covering the South Atlantic and Indian Ocean region.
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