EMAS AMC, the subsea construction services division of the EMAS Group, has signed a multi-year contract with satcoms provider SpeedCast.
Danish service provider Seasat today announced that it has won a three-year contract to supply more than 60 VSAT systems to Maersk Supply Service vessels.
SpeedCast today announced that it has won a contract to provide satellite services to dredging and marine construction company Jan De Nul.
Satellite network service provider SpeedCast started trading today on the Australian Securities Exchange.
SpeedCast, a satcom service provider headquartered in Hong Kong, today announced the acquisition of Oceanic Broadband, which provides satellite internet, telephony and IPTV services in Australia and the Pacific Islands.
Intelsat today announced that it has established a strategic agreement to provide access to its C- and Ku-band network to SpeedCast, a satcom and maritime service provider.
SpeedCast, a satellite services provider headquartered in Hong Kong, today announced the buyout of SatComms Australia, which specialises in mobile and fixed satellite solutions.
Hong-Kong based satellite communications provider SpeedCast has completed a rebranding of its group companies under the SpeedCast name.
SpeedCast has expanded its maritime VSAT network with additional capacity in the Indian and South Atlantic Oceans.
SpeedCast has announced the successful closing of a US$55 million Senior Secured Credit Facility, whose proceeds have financed its acquisition of a 100 per cent effective interest in Pactel International.
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