Thrane & Thrane to Launch New VSAT Antenna

Friday, July 02, 2010

The SAILOR 900 VSAT, a new Ku-band VSAT antenna, will be launched by Thrane & Thrane at the forthcoming SMM 2010 exhibition in Hamburg this September. Designed in-house by Thrane & Thrane's experienced engineers, SAILOR 900 VSAT represents a leap-forward in VSAT antenna performance and benefits from the high reliability, build quality and functionality that has made SAILOR the leading name in the world of maritime communications. "SAILOR 900 VSAT is an important milestone in our strategy to support the maritime broadband market with high quality products," comments Casper Jensen, Vice-President Maritime Business Unit, Thrane & Thrane. "It complements our highly successful and market dominant Inmarsat FleetBroadband family, and our recently launched SAILOR Satellite TV systems whilst establishing a strong platform for future developments in the VSAT arena." SAILOR 900 VSAT is designed and built to the exact same standards as Thrane & Thrane's SAILOR terminals for Inmarsat services, which have become the de facto industry standard in the professional maritime industry thanks to their reliability, suitability for the harsh maritime environment and the high-levels of global support offered by Thrane & Thrane.

 

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