World-Link Launches ShipSat Hybrid Broadband Service

By | October 2, 2009 | ST Briefs, Telecom

[Satellite TODAY 10-02-09] World-Link Communications has launched ShipSat, a broadband IP service that integrates Ku-band VSAT and L-band services for the maritime market, World-Link announced Oct. 1.
     ShipSat aims to deliver global IP access, least-cost-routing and switching capabilities among Inmarsat FleetBroadband, Iridium OpenPort, Ku VSAT and other wireless broadband technologies, including OpenPort, 3G, Wi-Fi and WiMax, for a monthly fee.
     ShipSat plans start at $1,850 per month and include a VSAT 256K/128K service plus a FleetBroadband 150 or an OpenPort with a 36-month contract. 

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