SeaBird Chooses CapRock’s SeaAccess

Tuesday, July 10, 2007
SeaBird Exploration, chosen CapRock’s recently launched maritime service, SeaAccess Communications, as its satellite solution for three of its seismic vessels. The newly-developed solution is designed to increase the overall efficiency of fleet operations and to enhance crew morale. The vessels will be provided with reliable IP-based communication services such as phone and fax services, secure access to the corporate network and Internet and real-time reporting capabilities. Network monitoring, maintenance and access to CapRock’s 24/7 help desk are also included in the managed solution.
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