MTN Will Provide For Heerema Marine Contractors

Tuesday, January 22, 2002
Maritime Telecommunications Network, Inc. (MTN), announced that it has entered into an agreement with Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC), making MTN the exclusive provider of global telecommunications services aboard Heerema's DCV Balder. MTN will supply Heerema Marine Contractors with 128 kbps of high-speed bandwidth to enable communications for the DCV Balder, which operates in the Gulf of Mexico. MTN's services will allow Heerema's personnel to interact via advanced satellite network capabilities. High-speed data, fax, telephone and Internet solutions will be readily accessible to Heerema employees. MTN provides communication solutions including C-Band Global Satellite Service and Ku-Band International Spot Beam technology.
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