SES Networks, Primacom to bring extra high speed broadband connectivity to vessels in Asia-Pacific

SES Networks, Primacom to bring extra high speed broadband connectivity to vessels in Asia-Pacific

SES declared that it has signed a multi-year contract with leading Indonesian satellite communications provider Primacom (PT Primacom Interbuana) on June 26. To bring the highest levels of reliable fast speed broadband connectivity to vessels operating in Asia-Pacific region, Primacom will employ SES Networks’ Maritime plus service.

Primacom will twice broadband speeds for connecting vessels crossing international and domestic maritime routes surrounded by the Asia-Pacific region with the help of ground-breaking and fully-managed service.

SES’s worldwide ground and space infrastructure combine with SES Networks’ Maritime+ service to distribute the maximum levels of connectivity and reliability to vessels that are in quest of connected and self-directed shipping operations.

Rosjanto, Senior Vice President of Product Support Development Technical Division at Primacom Primacom said. “We found an ideal fit in the form of managed Maritime+ service as it offers us the flexibility to assign bandwidth based on the needs of our consumers. The proficient use of aptitude also allows our budget-conscious customers to put new applications for the very first time. Thanks to this customized and cost-cutting service, now we are competent to offer the reliable and faultless connectivity that vessels require while traversing across oceans”

‘Broadband satellite connectivity is serious to realizing the potential margin of the rising maritime segment in Indonesia and Asia-Pacific. SES Networks’ Maritime+ service, joined with a widespread global reach and ground set-up, facilitates Primacom to present supply, consistent ad reliable connectivity services to its customers. The cost-effective and customizable platform makes admittance to high-speed connectivity at the deep potential for local and international operators in the area, making powerful them to valve the maritime market’s well-built growth.’ Steve Collar, CEO at SES Networks, said.

SES is the first to bring a distinguished and scalable GEO-MEO offering worldwide and is the world-leading satellite operator with more than 50 satellites in Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) and 12 in Medium Earth Orbit (MEO). SES provides end-to-end solutions with value addition in 4 key market verticals (Video, Mobility Enterprise, and Government). It supplies satellite communications services to broadcasters, mobile and fixed network operators, content and internet service providers, institutions and governments, and businesses to all along the world. When we look at SES’s portfolio it includes the ASTRA satellite system, which has the biggest Direct-to-Home (DTH) television reach in Europe, and O3b Networks, which is a global service provider for managed data communications. MX1, another SES subsidiary is a top media service provider and presents a packed set of ground-breaking digital video and media services.


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