SeaWave’s New Stations Completed

Tuesday, March 11, 2003
SeaWave LLC announced the completion of two new communications stations in South Texas and Seattle, Wash. The new stations consist of multiple antenna arrays which bolster SeaWave’s world-wide coverage, particularly in the Gulf of Mexico, South America, the Caribbean, Africa, and the Pacific coast. The new communications stations are just two of SeaWave’s many dedicated directional antennas located throughout North America and Europe and complement existing Satellite and GSM solutions already offered by SeaWave. “These new communication stations were designed and built to support the increased network performance and efficiency made possible by SeaWave’s suite of communications products,” stated Joe Estrada, Director of Operations, SeaWave LLC. “This allows us to meet our subscriber needs and enhance the overall the user’s experience on our network.” SeaWave LLC’s marine communications suite is a family of products which include SeaWave Navigator 2.0 and SeaWave Integrator 3.0. These Windows-based point and click Velocity software products operate over Satellite, GSM and HF/SSB and benefit from SeaWave’s proprietary VelocityTM Throughput Technology, which combines a light application interface, state-of-the-art signal processing, auto connect and Automatic Link Establishment (ALE). “HF complements our Satellite and GSM solutions for least cost routing,” said Mark Witsaman, Vice President of Technology and Development, SeaWave LLC. “The new communication stations in South Texas and Seattle will provide expanded coverage with a notable increase in system performance.”
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