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Errol Olivier, CEO, MTN Satellite Communications

Ready for Launch: MTN Nexus Targets high-volume Cruise Market

its tomorrow?     Our Product Innovation Team in Seattle is constantly coming up with solutions and offerings to exceed our customers’ expectations. MTN hires software developers and engineers with the exceptional technology skills required to build our next-generation communications infrastructure and network, as well as the products it will enable.  We intend to continue leading delivery of Internet, content and social media at sea in ways never before imagined.  Our Product Innovation Team is charged with raising the bar on ways customers can connect to people, content

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Aquabotix to Support U.S. Navy

, unmanned underwater vehicle use has been challenged by limitations in endurance and difficulties in transferring data. FDECO’s publicly-stated mission is to seek to prototype a forward deployed, open, scalable and coordinated undersea energy replenishment, data management, and communications infrastructure for undersea vehicles and sensors.This Consortium brings together the defense industry to conduct prototype technology research in support of FDECO’s goals. Aquabotix was accepted as a member of this Consortium as it has demonstrated a clear ability to make a meaningful technical

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New UCP from TE Connectivity

platform (UCP) is an advanced modular cabling concept designed for speed and flexibility, facilitating data center migration from one to 100 GbE. Supporting both copper and fiber component cabling, TE’s UCP delivers superior rack efficiency and is ideal for rapidly changing network communications infrastructure environments where space is at a premium.   The UCP concept includes a broad range of TE components including patch panels, subfloor panel and overhead panel mounts, pre-terminated links and adaptor modules. One common patch panel is used to accommodate both copper and fiber and

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Atlantic Canada Profiles: Seaformatics Systems

way oceans are monitored subsea – especially in remote and difficult to access, harsh environments – through its subsea power harvesting and telemetry systems. A barrier to collecting long term data in these environments is a sustainable supply of power to the instruments and data communications infrastructure. With the challenges imposed by such environmental conditions one of the only suitable power sources are batteries. Specialized vessels must be used to deploy and recover data from the systems that have exhausted their batteries – a very costly, time consuming, and risky endeavor

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Inmarsat C Celebrates 25 Years Saving Llives at Sea

available to maritime safety information providers to broadcast safety messages.   “Safety at sea forms the foundation of our organisation; it’s in our DNA,” continues  Spithout: “We have been working tirelessly to provide critical always-on, reliable communications infrastructure that seafarers, vessels and nations depend on to help save lives at sea.   “In 2020 we expect to launch latest generation satellite constellation – Inmarsat-6; continuing our 35+ year commitment to L-band and safety services,” Spithout added.  

SITECH Technology Dealer Established in Myanmar

systems for the contractor’s entire fleet of heavy equipment regardless of machine brand, along with Trimble’s portfolio of Connected Site solutions—site positioning systems, construction asset management services, software and powerful wireless and Internet-based site communications infrastructure.    The construction professionals at each SITECH Technology Dealership can advise contractors on the appropriate construction technology solutions to utilize, and can provide high-quality local customer service, personalized training and technical support. As authorized dealers

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