Globecomm has deployed Ciena's converged packet-optical and packet networking solutions to meet growing content distribution requirements for a variety of critical applications, including video for breaking news stories, disaster recovery for armed forces and essential connectivity to maritime ships crossing oceans around the world.
KVH Industries, Inc., announced the immediate availability of AgilePlans by KVH, its all-inclusive Connectivity as a Service (CaaS) offering for the maritime industry. For a single monthly fee, AgilePlans by KVH brings an advanced satellite communications solution onboard without a costly capital expenditure or long-term commitment.
KVH Industries, Inc., announced that it has shipped more than 7,000 mini-VSAT Broadband systems, designed and manufactured by KVH to provide mobile connectivity at sea. The TracPhone V-series satellite communications antenna systems are currently in use on everything from small recreational sailboats cruising the coastline to 1,000-foot commercial freighters transiting the world’s oceans.
Seaborn Networks and Grupo Werthein, a preeminent Argentine investment holding company with a track record of significant telecommunications holdings, announced a binding agreement to build a new subsea fiber-optic cable system connecting Argentina with Brazil (the ARBR system).
For decades, high-voltage direct current (HVDC) mass impregnated (MI) cables have been the preferred solution for long-distance submarine transmission. This year, Nexans is celebrating 40 years since its HVDC MI cables were first put into commercial service at the Skagerrak Interconnector submarine HVDC link between Denmark and Norway.
Speedcast International Limited announced it has won two new systems integration projects with a leading fabricator for the oil and gas industry.
Globe Telecom successfully landed the Southeast Asia-United States (SEA-US) submarine cable system, bringing the company one step closer towards the provision of richer and enhanced international connectivity to businesses in Davao and the rest of the Philippines.
“We are excited over this development since it won’t take long before we can finally address the rising demand for Internet services from businesses in the Philippines,” said Mike Frausing, Globe Business Senior Advisor.
Ingenu Inc.™ announced that it will be enabling Orolia’s McMurdo Omnicom Solar Fishing Beacon to assist in vessel communication and fisheries monitoring. Serving the global fishing industry, the Omnicom Solar solution will use RPMA® (Random Phase Multiple Access) connectivity to enhance vessel safety, prevent illegal harvesting, and protect national interests and dedicated economic zones.
The role of Inmarsat as the sole provider of satellite technology performing to Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) standards is set for advancement, after an International Maritime Organization (IMO) Sub Committee decided to greenlight consideration of both FleetBroadband and Fleet One for formal approval.