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OneWeb has launched 34 satellites onboard a Soyuz launch vehicle from the historic Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
Remote satellite communication solutions provider AST has announced the official launch of its Iridium Certus “Optima Package”. The all-inclusive Iridium Certus package offers flexibility and capability for users who require dependable global connectivity without the barrier of upfront capital investment.
Mobile broadband connectivity solution provider shipznet has launched a new service to offer customers the option to use their own SIM cards with an additional independent and flexible prepaid service when required, without a long-term contract or unpredictable costs.
Stolt Tankers has officially completed migration from Veson’s on-premise IMOS solution to the cloud-based Veslink IMOS Platform (VIP) across the tanker giant’s global fleet and four regional fleets.
NSSLGlobal Technologies, the R&D arm of the NSSLGlobal group, has announced a new contract with Societatea Naţională de Radiocomunicaţii (National Radiocommunications Company S.A.) RADIOCOM.
Seafarer happiness continues to fluctuate and while better connectivity at sea is providing seafarers with greater communication to home, increasing workload stress related to IMO 2020, limited access to welfare facilities ashore, and racism at sea are having detrimental effects on seafarer welfare today.
OneWeb’s upcoming launch of 34 satellites is scheduled for Thursday 6 February at 2142 (GMT) / Friday 7 February 0242 (local time) from the historic Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
“One size doesn’t always fit all, especially when it comes to the digitalisation of a ship. Digitalisation can, and should, be customised to meet the needs of individual companies and vessels,” says Dominique Audion, COO, IEC Telecom Group.
Solstad Offshore has renewed its connectivity contract with Marlink, committing 65 offshore vessels to Sealink, Marlink’s high-throughput Ku-band VSAT service. The vessels will be provided with Sealink Services and L-band backup to ensure seamless global connectivity.
Inmarsat and ITC Global have announced a five-year strategic collaboration to combine the organisations’ services to offer broadband and high-value connectivity solutions to customers in the maritime, yachting and offshore energy sectors.
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