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NSSLGlobal all-in-one cellular/VSAT solution

NSSLGlobal all-in-one cellular/VSAT solution

12-11-2017 09:00:00

NSSLGlobal has launched FusionIP, which combines VSAT and cellular connectivity within the same device. Within one single 60cm SAILOR dome, FusionIP integrates the best of two worlds; LTE and satellite broadband, allowing ships to automatically switch between 4G/3G and satellite networks to achieve optimum data speeds and cost efficiency.

NSSLGlobal’s new product presents a convenient, all-in-one, ‘unified communications’ solution that is easy to install and provides a “one SIM, one contract” package with speeds up to 100Mbits.

“We’ve seen a great deal of demand for hybrid systems in the last few months,” commented Sally-Anne Ray, CEO, NSSLGlobal.

“We felt, however, that we could deliver a better experience than what was already in the market. We’ve eliminated the need to wire-in and support multiple devices, or to spoil the aesthetics of a vessel with multiple antennas. We’ve also eliminated the need to use multiple SIMs. Instead, we’ve provided a highly-optimised, convenient, aesthetically-pleasing solution that is easy to install and delivers entirely predictable, optimised pricing anywhere in the world, with no effort. It’s simply a case of ‘plug it in and go’, says Sally-Anne Ray

FusionIP represents a leap forward in terms of convenience. With one aesthetically pleasing antenna, a single system, and one point of contact for technical information, the new product/service is ideal for yachts, crew transfer vessels, offshore wind installation vessels, fishing vessels and coastal commercial vessels.

Read more about FusionIP HERE

This article is sponsored by NSSL Global


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