Emerging Markets Communications Showcases Oil & Gas and Maritime Connectivity Solutions at Nor-Shipping 2015

Leading Maritime Industry Week Provides Platform for EMC to Showcase Combined Products and Services After Purchase of GIS

Global satellite and terrestrial communications provider Emerging Markets Communications® (EMC) announced today its exhibition at Nor-Shipping 2015 in Oslo, Norway on June 2-5. After its recent purchase of Norwegian services provider General Industry Systems (GIS), EMC provides global satellite (VSAT) services and now offers system integration of communications and devices such as radio and GMDSS systems. Additional services include overall project management, network design and engineering, procurement, installation, programming and 24x7 technical support.

Emerging Markets Communications will be exhibiting at booth B01-14 in the IT & Navigation theme park hall, where it will showcase its fully managed VSAT connectivity services, crew entertainment solutions and offshore radio systems and equipment for the maritime and oil & gas industries.

"We are excited to showcase our expanded portfolio of global communication services at Nor-Shipping," said Jan Gustavsen, Director of Maritime Services, EMC. "We now have a more tailored solution for the maritime and oil & gas markets, providing a full-suite of products and services to support the entire communications lifecycle."

Nor-Shipping celebrates its 50th anniversary with the 2015 conference and exhibition, and is widely known as the leading maritime event in the industry. With representation from approximately 80 countries of over 2,000 exhibitors and 25,000 attendees, Nor-Shipping provides an invaluable forum for networking with the most prominent offshore companies and influential individuals in the maritime and shipping space. In addition, a variety of conference sessions led by industry leaders are scheduled to take place, discussing top trends including the future of offshore energy, business collaboration and technology and innovation.

Reliable Satellite Connectivity at Sea
EMC's fully managed satellite communications services offer flexible, tailored solutions to meet the performance expectations of all types of vessels. EMC's continuous global C-band and Ku-Band footprint in all major shipping routes provides customers the coverage they need anywhere in the world, even in harsh conditions at sea.

The end-to-end service includes all aspects of a communications requirement from beginning to end, including project management and consultation, network design, logistics, licensing, installation and 24x7 support from EMC's 52 field support locations and global operating centers worldwide.

Crew Entertainment
EMC's Crew Welfare Solutions are engineered to minimize impact on customers' mission-critical network and applications by providing separate, dedicated networks for crew entertainment services. EMC offers direct access to Wi-Fi, voice and SMS services, IPTV video entertainment and video conferencing. Configuring unique packages for every user and altering voice and data distribution on demand are just a few attributes of the breadth of possibilities offered by EMC for crew welfare solutions at sea.

Radio Systems
Emerging Markets Communications® now offers a complete line of radio systems and services for use both onshore and offshore. Products include both digital and analog radios, portable and fixed transmitters, in addition to headsets, microphones, adapters and other accessories from the leading manufacturers in the business including Motorola, Icom, Peltor, Procom and others.

EMC's fully managed services for radio systems are an integrated portion of the complete maritime communications solution. Customers receive consultation and recommendations from project managers and engineers as well as integrated system design, programming and frequency tuning, repairs and 24x7 technical support.

For more information about Emerging Markets Communications®, visit www.emc-corp.net

Please visit EMC at booth B01-14 in the Nor-Shipping exhibit hall.