SAILOR Fleet77 Launched at SMM in Hamburg

Monday, September 30, 2002
SAILOR introduced the new satellite communications terminal SAILOR Fleet77. The new terminal is for the recently launched Inmarsat satellite service Fleet77. According to its manufacturers, the SAILOR Fleet77 is a break-through in maritime communications. It enables ship owners to optimize business opportunities and minimize costs by integration of the entire fleet into a corporate network. Each vessel can stay on-line constantly at no charge from Inmarsat. Only the transferal of megabites will be charged. The vessel’s various needs for voice, fax, e-mail and Internet services can be covered by the SAILOR Fleet77 system. The Sailor Fleet77 communications terminal offers high-speed and cost effective voice and data communication based on either MPDS (Mobile Packet Data Service) with constant on-line access or 64 kbps ISDN connection.

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