Speedcast has signed a reseller agreement with Tampnet for 4G/LTE services in the Gulf of Mexico, the first service provider to partner with Tampnet for its high capacity offshore network in the region.
SpeedCast has become the first Inmarsat partner to integrate the software element of the Fleet Xpress Network Service Device (SoftNSD) into its Fleet Xpress offering, the companies report.
SpeedCast has announced the official release of SpeedMail Business Unlimited, a new service bundle offering unlimited business e-mail for the maritime industry at a fixed cost.
Cobham SATCOM and SpeedCast have announced a global framework agreement for the provision of maritime stabilised satcom antennas, which will run for three years.
SpeedCast has launched its new SIGMA Net device for network management on shipping vessels and at other remote sites, designed specifically to operate over VSAT and MSS.
SAIT Communications has now officially changed its name to SpeedCast, formalising the integration of the company following its acquisition last year.
SpeedCast has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Harris CapRock in a cash transaction valued at US$425 million, with the aim of strengthening its position in the cruise and energy sectors.
Ericsson has agreed two new maritime technology partnerships, announcing that it will work with both SpeedCast and Pole Star on separate projects to expand its offering for the shipping sector.
SpeedCast has launched a new maritime e-mail system called SpeedMail+, based on GTMaritime’s existing e-mail platform, under a partnership agreement between the two companies.
SpeedCast has confirmed that it has agreed a deal to acquire WINS Limited (WINS), a Europe-based provider of satellite communications and IT systems for the maritime sector and part of the Eutelsat Group.
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