Globe Wireless Completes 100th Installation of VSAT

Monday, August 29, 2011

Globe Wireless (Globe) is very proud to announce the 100th installation of our VSAT solution.  Globe Wireless began installing VSATs in May 2008 due to growing customer demand for increased bandwidth solutions.  Globe continues to experience this increased demand and has accelerated its installation program from its large customer base.  The Globe Wireless VSAT solution offers the full integration of business, crew, and onboard systems control, LAN segregation, VOIP, GSM, and VPN with its award winning Globe i250® hardware designed with built in data compression, web optimization, firewall and a Fleet Broadband 250 as a backup.
 

Customers recognize that Globe Wireless has superior installation and ongoing support for its VSAT offering.  The Globe solution includes the Globe i250® with its “Backup & Backdoor” capabilities, which provides  users with continued communications in case of VSAT blockage or down time while its customer service and engineers use the “back door” feature to trouble shoot the system.  The result is continued connectivity even under the worst conditions, and increased reliability.  
 

“Globe Wireless has continued to expand the number of people in our dedicated VSAT group in the last six months as we increase the number of VSAT installations.  The team provides 24x7 live support, and customized solutions to meet specific customer needs on QoS, as well as network configurations.  We look forward to continuing the installations and expansion of our VSAT service with our dedicated support and installation team,” commented Brad Rogers, Globe Wireless VSAT Manager.
 

Globe Wireless president David Kagan added “I am very pleased to be a key part of Globe Wireless at this milestone achievement.  We will continue to expand our VSAT offerings and increase the pace of our installations.  We understand how important Globe’s communications solutions are to our customers and we are up to the challenge of meeting their needs now and into the future.”

 

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