Marlink Launches Wavecall

Thursday, January 08, 2009

Marlink, maritime satellite communications integrator, introduced its WaveCall satellite communications systems for merchant and leisure vessels. One of the new features offered with WaveCall is prepaid Calling Cards. WaveCall uses the Sea Tel(r) Ku-band VSAT 4006 antenna system.

The launch of WaveCall by Marlink is facilitated by increased satellite capacity in current coverage areas such as the Americas, Europe and the Caribbean. Marlink is also adding new coverage areas to meet customers' growing need for high bandwidth in day-to-day business at sea.

(www.marlink.com)

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