Cobham to Launch Sea Tel FX FleetBroadband

(Press Release)
Wednesday, November 09, 2011

At the start of Inmarsat’s Global Partner Conference in Barcelona, Cobham has announced plans to introduce its Sea Tel FX line of FleetBroadband products, scheduled for availability in March 2012. Sea Tel FX line will consist of a complete suite of FleetBroadband products with Sea Tel FX 500 being the first to enter the market, followed by the FX 250 and FX 150 in due course. These products will include a comprehensive range of advanced user terminal features. The development of the Sea Tel FX line builds directly on Cobham’s unique position as the strategic launch partner contracted by Inmarsat for the forthcoming Global Xpress services, scheduled for introduction in 2013. The Sea Tel FX line of products will allow for Ku-band and L-band hybrid services for today’s maritime needs, as well as Global Xpress and L-band solutions to fit the future needs of customers.

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