Eutelsat partners with Can Marine Systems on Asia connectivity services

Satellite operator Eutelsat has announced a partnership with Can Marine Systems to collaborate on the delivery of satellite communication services to the maritime sector across Asia, offering connectivity packages to the cargo shipping, passenger ferry and offshore sectors in the region.

The partnership will leverage the Eutelsat ADVANCE hybrid GEO/LEO portfolio, delivering managed connectivity services that combine LEO (low earth orbit) and GEO (geostationary orbit) satellite throughput to Can Marine customers.

“We acknowledge and appreciate the Eutelsat ADVANCE Hybrid LEO/GEO services and their alignment with our strategic future objectives, especially their seamless integration with our Canopus Suite of services,” said Lim Ding Liang, Vice President of Can Marine Systems.

“This partnership aims to further augment the reach of comprehensive connectivity services within our region, promoting growth and providing unparalleled solutions to our valued users.”

Eutelsat operates a global fleet of 37 satellites and associated ground infrastructure, and is a shareholder in LEO network OneWeb, which it is currently in the process of acquiring outright pending final shareholder approval.

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