Thrane & Thrane Partners with SpeedCast Ltd.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Thrane & Thrane, a manufacturer of equipment and systems for global mobile radio and satellite communications, and SpeedCast Ltd., a satellite telecommunications service provider, announced the upcoming launch of the SAILOR 900 VSAT antenna system on SpeedCast’s Global Maritime Broadband Network. The partnership allows Thrane & Thrane and SpeedCast to respond to the increasing demand for satellite communications in the maritime community. Thrane & Thrane and SpeedCast have agreed to enter into the partnership to provide comprehensive broadband packages comprised of the SAILOR 900 VSAT, and SpeedCast’s network connectivity and value-added services. Thrane & Thrane and SpeedCast will also combine their efforts by leveraging each other’s distribution channels to increase the effectiveness of marketing, distribution, delivery and support for their offerings.

To find out more about the SAILOR 900 VSAT and SpeedCast’s Global Maritime Broadband Network visit the SpeedCast booth at hall C, stand 1U2-01, at CommunicAsia 2011 in Singapore, from June 21-24, 2011.

 

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