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Singtel-HTS

Next-generation HTS System — the High-Speed Revolution in Maritime Communications

With the state of the art, 3-axis, gyro-stabilised, 60 cm (24 inch) diameter TracPhone V7-HTS System that offers speed at high as 10Mbps/3Mbps providing high-throughput global connectivity via next-generation satellites, advanced maritime broadband network powered by Intelsat S.A.

This solution provides a complete end-to-end solution for the maritime market, including:

  • Global connectivity
  • TracPhone® V7-HTS satellite antenna system
  • Comprehensive service and support program
  • Crew Welfare News & Entertainment Packages with award-winning VideotelTM maritime training programs

Features

This comprehensive SATCOM solution includes:

  • Rugged, commercial-grade 60-cm antenna – smaller and up to 34 kg lighter than competing systems.
  • 2 Innovative Data Channels of (a) Uncompromised download/upload speeds as fast as 10 Mbps/3 Mbps (b) Free unlimited use data channel running at the same time as your ultra-fast channel
  • Advanced Ku-band network, with 65 million square kilometers (25 million square miles) of added coverage with greater resilience to weather and rain fade than Ka-band networks
  • Automatic, fast switching among high-speed network beams, ensuring seamless communications wherever your vessels travel.
  • A high-speed worldwide network that does not require antiquated L-band satellites for back up due to rain fade or network beam availability issues
  • Secure Portal for unmatched control and monitoring
  • Proactive monitoring to ensure maximum uptime and performance

Benefits

With Singtel HTS, Customer can enjoys

  • Delivering Valuable Benefits for Your Fleet and provide Crew Welfare
  • Every mission-critical system on every vessel in your fleet contributes to business effectiveness and profitability
  • One Single Solution provides full leasing equipment reducing capex out payment from Customer, News & Entertainment Packages to improve crew morale and keeping your crew with up-to-date with delivery of operational information such as charts, weather and training