Datasat, a provider of gateway internet services via satellite, has partnered with SES Networks to deliver end-to-end connectivity to a ferry fleet operating in the Mediterranean Sea.
Icelandic maritime authorities are utilising the European Maritime Safety Agency’s (EMSA) Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) portfolio enabled by SES Networks’ managed connectivity services to support the country’s requirements for environmental protection and fisheries control.
Dream Cruises, a brand of Genting Cruise Lines, has selected SES Networks’ Signature Cruise Solution to provide high-speed, low latency, and unmatched fibre-like service to its passenger ship fleet.
Orbit Communication Systems, a provider of satellite-tracking maritime and ground-station solutions, has unveiled its latest dual-band Ku/Ka terminal, developed in close collaboration with SES Networks. The terminal augments the existing dual-band C/Ka terminal, supporting a multi-band terminal product range.
NSSLGlobal has completed the acquisition of the assets and activities of Station 711, a business unit controlled by SES subsidiary MX1 focussed on communication systems for the maritime market.
Navarino has announced a deal with SES Networks to add the satellite operator’s global Ku-band managed mobility service to its maritime satcom portfolio for the maritime market.
SES has successfully launched four new O3b Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) satellites into space, with the new Ka-band satellites to join SES’s existing constellation of 12 MEO satellites, orbiting at approximately 8,000 km from Earth.
A special event on board the Regal Princess cruise ship, operated by Carnival’s Princess Cruises brand, has set what is thought to be a new maritime satellite bandwidth record with a 1.5 gigabits per second link established on board the vessel in conjunction with satellite operator SES Networks.
SES’ latest satellite, SES-12, has been unveiled for the first time to a group of journalists at Airbus Defence and Space’s headquarters in Toulouse, France, as it undergoes final tests before transport to Cape Canaveral, Florida, for launch in March 2018.
SES has announced its intention to launch a new satellite service called O3b mPOWER, which it says will be capable of delivering multiple terabits of throughput globally to maritime and other satellite markets, starting in 2021.
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