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Internet goes to sea! Singtel puts high-speed broadband in 'K' Line ship

SINGTEL has installed Fleet Xpress, a high-speed broadband service from Inmarsat, on "K" Line Ship Management Singapore's 9,600-TEU ship Houston Bridge to optimise business efficiency, achieve cost savings and provide stronger crew welfare.

Internet goes to sea! Singtel puts high-speed broadband in 'K' Line ship
30 September 2016 - 23:11

Internet goes to sea! Singtel puts high-speed broadband in 'K' Line ship
SINGTEL has installed Fleet Xpress, a high-speed broadband service from Inmarsat, on "K" Line Ship Management Singapore's 9,600-TEU ship Houston Bridge to optimise business efficiency, achieve cost savings and provide stronger crew welfare.
"K" Line is using Fleet Xpress to apply big data analysis for operational efficiencies by monitoring engine performance and fleet management. It is also using the service to provide ship-to-shore internet for the crew.
Head of Singtel Satellite, Lim Kian Soon, said in a statement, "As the leading satellite communications services provider in the Asia Pacific region, we are pleased to help 'K" Line to increase their vessels' efficiency with the Fleet Xpress service. 
"The service's high-speed broadband, which leverages our secure and reliable connectivity, allows maritime firms to introduce new business applications on-board their vessels that optimises and streamlines the management of their fleets."
Singtel's installation team migrated the vessel's Ku-band satellite internet service to Fleet Xpress's Ka- and L-band services. The migration involved changing the vessel's antenna hardware and reconfiguring its complex on-board network while ensuring that day-to-day operations were not affected.

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