iSeaglobal Offer Mediterranean Yachts Faster Broadband

By George Backwell
Tuesday, July 01, 2014
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iSeaglobal says its new upgraded ku band network supplies up to 25 Mbps broadband speed in the Mediterranean.

This service, especially tailored to provide internet access on mega yachts, is designed on a 5 satellite constellation which allows an ideal back-up on the MED area.

The suppliers explain that high quality Internet connection and multimedia content delivery on mega yachts have become one of the main requirements for yacht owners. Today, most yachts require high speed, flexible, reliable, efficient and continuous connectivity for the owners, guests and crew. Iseaglobal says it is capable of delivering all this and more as the service is operated from its own Global Network of Teleports.

"The flexibility of the Milano Teleport contract terms, the possibility to upgrade or downgrade the bandwidth  and in particular to reconsider the coverage during the same agreement, make our solution an unique opportunity for our Customers," said Mr Nicola Mossino, Sales Director and Member of the Board.

"As we are not just a reseller, we own the Teleport and the full infrastructure," said Umberto Gallo, CEO of the Company. "We can customize the best possible service to our customers through our secure worldwide hubs located in Italy, the UK, and Australia.

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