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Navarino to add new Ku-band VSAT package

Navarino CEO, Dimitris Tsikopoulos Navarino CEO, Dimitris Tsikopoulos

Navarino is to expand its satellite communications portfolio with the addition of a new Ku-band VSAT service, the company has confirmed.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}Currently in the planning phase, Navarino says it is already in talks with several Ku-band providers as it prepares to begin beta testing the new offering before the end of the first quarter of 2018.

“We are looking forward to adding the Ku-band option to our broad portfolio of connectivity services,” said Navarino CEO, Dimitris Tsikopoulos.

“As a highly flexible and well-tested solution, Ku-band fulfills some important criteria that certain customers require and so we see it as an important offering for those sectors of our marketplace.”

“Our intention is to launch the Navarino Ku-band service this summer at Posidonia and we are expecting to see strong demand for Navarino Ku-band offered in conjunction with Infinity.”

Navarino has already been a reseller of Inmarsat’s XpressLink service since 2012, a combination of Ku-band VSAT and FleetBroadband created after Inmarsat’s acquisition of Norwegian VSAT provider Ship Equip in 2011, and is also a Value Added Reseller (VAR) of Inmarsat’s Ka-band Fleet Xpress VSAT product.{/mprestriction}

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