Norsat Introduce VSAT Communications Package

Press Release
Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Norsat International launches Global-VSAT, an equipment & global airtime services package to leverage Norsat MarineLinkTM maritime VSAT terminals. 

The package is available via flexible lease and purchase options and will provide Norsat ’s maritime customers with a complete end to end communications solution including terminals, modems, air time, installation, and technical support.

Global-VSATTM provides complete coverage through a global satellite network, which features automatic bandwidth levelling for the highest network performance, remote management capabilities for worldwide monitoring and control, and automatic signal switching to prevent signal blockages.  The flexible service package is available at competitive monthly rates, and is compatible with all of Norsat’s COM and TVRO series antennas, including options for Ka-band, Ku-Band, X-band and C-band.

Norsat President & CEO, Dr. Amiee Chan stated, “We’re pleased to launch this exciting new all-in-one equipment and service bundle.  We know that our maritime customers seek reliable solutions that are easy to use and deploy, and with the combination of reliable internet services, our industry leading VSAT terminals and world renowned technical support, Global-VSATTM will deliver industry best maritime communications with unsurpassed reliability.”
 

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