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  • At the SMM exhibition in Hamburg, Xantic displayed many new products and services aimed at making marine communications more seamless and cost-effective. A new web-based tool designed to make it easier for ship managers to manage vessel mailboxes from the office. It can be used anywhere internet is within reach and no special software is required. P&O Nedlloyd and many other ship managers have already expressed their satisfaction with this latest email development.

    AMOS Connect Online offers easy management for total control of email costs and traffic, including adding/deleting mailboxes, editing file size restrictions and black/white lists, queue management, call/message history and reports. It is free of charge for all AMOS Connect customers. Xantic also announced the introduction of a new 128 kbit/s ISDN channel for Fleet 77 terminals. Existing terminals only need a software upgrade in order to have access to 128k ISDN speed.

    The 128k ISDN channel will only be available for Fleet 77, not for 33 and 55.

    It will be an additional channel, with the current 64 kbit/s channel continuing to be available. The 128 kbit/s ISDN channel is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2005. Xantic also launched AMOS Chartering & Operations, designed to deliver to ship owners and managers a complete business management solution. AMOS Chartering and Operations was designed to maximize fleet utilization, control costs in relation to estimates, and increase profit. This is possible because AMOS Chartering and Operations enables the company to control and optimize the entire Chartering & Operations process.

    "AMOS Chartering and Operations is a fantastic product, because it provides a single solution for the commercial management of a shipping company including monitoring actual performance against the original plan. This enables you to spot and resolve issues easily and proactively," said Ged Lunt. Xantic's International Product Manager. "We look forward to AMOS Chartering and Operations becoming a standard for the operation of tankers, dry bulk, and general cargo vessels." Circle 34 on Reader Service Card

  • it has been verified that all services are active in all ocean regions. The services, which have been tested, are Mini-M Voice, Audio 3.1 kHz, Speech, ISDN and MPDS. Capsat Fleet77 is extensively smaller and lighter than the conventional terminals, meaning that installation and maintenance have become

  • bulk carriers to the historic HM Bark Endeavour (see related story). The Fleet 55 terminal provides global voice services, as well as 64kbits/s Mobile ISDN (including G-3 fax at 14.4kbps, or full-blown G-4 fax) and Mobile Packet Data Service (MPDS), Inmarsat's "always connected" service. It supports

  • riding the crest of a wave recently, with users at an all-time high, overall 99.9 per cent satellite reliability and the launch of its Fleet F77, Mobile ISDN and Mobile Packet Data services for the maritime community. Ruth Ling reports on what's new and what lies on the horizon. Twenty years ago, a revolution

  • cost effective voice and data communications based on either MPDS (Mobile Packet Data Service) protocol with constant online access, or on a 64K ISDN connection. The new standard MPDS feature allows the user the ability to be online, all of the time, paying only for the data sent and received rather th

  • smaller vessels, to complete Nera's full range of Inmarsat Fleet communication solutions. The Nera F55 features voice communication and high quality ISDN connections through a compact unit with low power consumption. It is designed as a plug-and-play solution, tailored to the communication needs of

  • technology from air and land onto maritime platforms. The Fleet 55 Inmarsat satellite terminal is the group's flagship product, and provides 64kpbs ISDN and MPDS connectivity to maritime vessels of all sizes, from small fishing vessels and yachts to large tankers and cargo vessels. SeaDigital formed

  • - the emphasis on information and communication capabili- ties is paramount Inmarsat Put to the Test The introduction of Inmarsat's Fleet F77, Mobile ISDN and Mobile Packet Data services for the maritime community might initially be passed off by the uninitiated as simply another way for a the satcom compani

  • MR Dec-00#49 . Adding on to this 
will be ISDN high-speed data technolo-
gy)
    December 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    INSINGER & MORE! company's services include traffic accounting activities, airtime selling and value added services. Adding on to this will be ISDN high-speed data technolo- gy. Sait-Stento's Airtime Services Busi- ness Unit (ATS) is launching a special program for mobile users and telecom- municati

  • MR May-01#22 , -M, -Mini-M, 
COMSAT Mobile ISDN and Aero H 
(aeronautical))
    May 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 22

    , but offers high levels ol performance quality, is user friendly and is compatible with all COMSAT services: -A, -B, -M, -Mini-M, COMSAT Mobile ISDN and Aero H (aeronautical) and we've got new recharging and call continuation fea- tures. "CMC developed this new service to meet our customers'

  • MR Nov-01#47  24x7 online access 
or 64 kbps ISDN. 
Capsat Fleet 77 is a)
    November 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    cost-effective voice and data communication based on either the Mobile Packet Data Service protocol with constant 24x7 online access or 64 kbps ISDN. Capsat Fleet 77 is a product of many years of experience and tried-and-tested technology fromThrane & Thrane. The smallest, most convenient

  • MR Mar-02#52  from a plug-and-play mobile ISDN 
solution." said Michael)
    March 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 52

    Data service offers, while more data-intensive applications, such as mar- itime chart updates, will continue to bene- fit from a plug-and-play mobile ISDN solution." said Michael Butler, managing director of Inmarsat Ltd. "The point is that the customer at sea now has the choice." Inmarsat Fleet

  • MR Mar-02#47  more, 
with the choice of ISDN or packet data, you)
    March 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    you are in the world. For the first time, your fleet can remain in constant contact with your LAN or WAN network. What's more, with the choice of ISDN or packet data, you'll only be charged for the information you send or receive, not for the time you're connected. You'll have access to direct

  • MR Mar-02#46  of its Fleet F77, 
Mobile ISDN and Mobile Packet Data)
    March 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 46

    the crest of a wave recently, with users at an all-time high, overall 99.9 per cent satellite reliability and the launch of its Fleet F77, Mobile ISDN and Mobile Packet Data services for the maritime community. Ruth Ling reports on what's new and what lies on the horizon. Twenty years ago, a

  • MR Mar-02#2  new Fleet F77 
Mobile ISDN and Mobile Packet Data)
    March 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2

    maritime industry, Inmarsat reports that its systems are at all-time high — perfectly coinciding with the release of the company's new Fleet F77 Mobile ISDN and Mobile Packet Data services. — by Ruth Ling 27 From Steam To Gas From quadruple expansion engines, to Wartsila's EnviroEngines and GE's gas

  • MR Jul-02#31  Services 
Digital Network (ISDN) service and the flexibil-
ity)
    July 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    in maritime communications. Fleet F77 provides both the high quality and speed of a 64 Kbps mobile Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) service and the flexibil- ity and "always on-line" capability of the Inmarsat Mobile Packet Data Service (MPDS). Captains, crews, fleet managers

  • MR Jul-02#3  access, pay-per-minute 64 Kbps ISDN data 
and voice, and affordable)
    July 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3

    based on the type of communications: pay-by-the-bit MPDS (Mobile Packet Data Service) protocol with constant 24/7 online access, pay-per-minute 64 Kbps ISDN data and voice, and affordable mini-M voice communications. Tracphone F77 ..now, and in the future! Tracphone F77 uses the new Inmarsat Fleet

  • MR Aug-02#32  access, pay-per-minute 64 Kbps ISDN data 
and voice, and affordable)
    August 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 32

    based on the type of communications: pay-by-the-bit MPDS (Mobile Packet Data Service) protocol with constant 24/7 online access, pay-per-minute 64 Kbps ISDN data and voice, and affordable mini-M voice communications. ..now, and in the future! Tracphone F77 uses the new Inmarsat Fleet F77 service that

  • MR Dec-02#36  
speed of a 64kbit/s 
Mobile ISDN ser-
vice with the world)
    December 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    movements and interactions in the surveillance area. Circle No. 114 Inmarsat Fleet F77 combines the quality and speed of a 64kbit/s Mobile ISDN ser- vice with the world's first global, high- speed, maritime Mobile Packet Data service via satellite, to deliver e-mail, secure Internet

  • MR Jan-03#18 , M, Mini-M, 
GAN/M4, Fleet ISDN, Iridium, ISDN 
and PSTN)
    January 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    the charters or crew, or other persons aboard ship. @SEA(mail) Network is suitable for operation on: Inmarsat A, B. B-HSD, M, Mini-M, GAN/M4, Fleet ISDN, Iridium, ISDN and PSTN landlines, as well as most GSM systems. Circle 166 on Reader Service Card www.maritimereporterinfo.com Sailor Fleet77

  • MR May-03#25  for the time online 
64 kbps ISDN capability 
• transmit)
    May 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 25

    (MPDS) • keeps you permanently connected to the internet • you only pay for the data transmitted and received, not for the time online 64 kbps ISDN capability • transmit data at 64 kbps • send faxes at high speed • two types of voice service Nera F77 Continuing the Saturn tradition NERA

  • MR Jun-03#90  on either MPDS or a 64K 
ISDN connection. The smaller)
    June 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 90

    , the Capsat Fleet55. The new high- speed terminal provides cost effec- tive voice and data communications based on either MPDS or a 64K ISDN connection. The smaller dimensions of the random antenna makes the Fleet55 particularly well suited for yachts, patrol boats and fishing vessels

  • MR Jun-03#31  kg. 
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ISDN (64kbps) 
Communicate)
    June 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    world. Online, all the time with MPDS Cost Effective Mini-M Voice 4

  • MR Jun-03#23  2,080 min 
Cost/MB )
    June 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 23

    . WaveCall Inmarsat 4003 77' B! Download speed 512 kbps 64 kbps 64 kbps 1 GB file download 256 min 2,080 min 2,080 min Cost/MB '1 S16.53 ISDN ^.OOMFDS '18.60 ('9.00/min) Cost/GB '1,000 '16,640™ '36,000 MPOS '18,720 4.15.03.1 Source: KVH website 2 Source: Delta Communications website Look

  • MR Jun-03#16  online access, or on a 64K 
ISDN connection. The new standard)
    June 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 16

    cost effective voice and data com- munications based on either MPDS (Mobile Packet Data Service) protocol with constant online access, or on a 64K ISDN connection. The new standard MPDS feature allows the user the abili- ty to be online, all of the time, paying only for the data sent and received

  • MR Jul-03#51  through 
satellitephone, VSAT, ISDN, IMUX, 
leased line etc)
    July 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 51

    unit with a high intensity industrial display protected by an anti-mirroring metal steam-plated screen. It runs through satellitephone, VSAT, ISDN, IMUX, leased line etc. and is based on an industrial PC. The SCOTTY Mobile is truly an all-in-one unit. Circle 119 402010 Pump Unit NLB

  • MR Jul-03#38  
conferencing, via mobile ISDN at 64 
Kbps, or send faxes)
    July 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 38

    shipboard IT as never before. Send and receive email, access your VPN, transfer data and pictures and run live video conferencing, via mobile ISDN at 64 Kbps, or send faxes at 14.4 kbps - whatever you need to stay in touch on the move. • Supports a comprehensive selection of interfaces

  • MR Jul-03#37 , as well as 64kbits/s 
Mobile ISDN (including G-3 fax at 
14)
    July 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    carriers to the historic HM Bark Endeavour (see related story). The Fleet 55 terminal provides global voice services, as well as 64kbits/s Mobile ISDN (including G-3 fax at 14.4kbps, or full-blown G-4 fax) and Mobile Packet Data Service (MPDS), Inmarsat's "always connected" service. It supports

  • MR Jul-03#35  interfaces: Ethernet, USB, ISDN (BRI), Serial and PCMCIA)
    July 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 35

    Inmarsat Fleet F77 Mobile Earth Station Single modular structure with internal AC PSCJ, for simple installation Multiple interfaces: Ethernet, USB, ISDN (BRI), Serial and PCMCIA Communication capabilities: Mobile Packet Data Services (MPDS) ISDN Link 64k HSD communications High MTBF antenna with

  • MR Jul-03#1  2,080 min 
Cost/MB •1 )
    July 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 1

    . WaveCall Inmarsat 4003 77' B! Download speed 512 kbps 64 kbps 64 kbps 1GB file download 256 min 2,080 min 2,080 min Cost/MB •1 '16.53 ISDN '36.00 MPOS '18.60 ('9.00/min) Cost/GB '1,000 '16,640 SON "36,000 wre 18,720 4.15.03-1 Source: KVH website 2Source: Delta Communications website

  • MR Sep-03#60  based on 
either MPDS or a 64K ISDN con-
nection. The smaller)
    September 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    has introduced the Capsat Fleet55. The high-speed terminal provides cost effective voice and data communications based on either MPDS or a 64K ISDN con- nection. The smaller dimensions of the random antenna makes the Fleet55 suited for yachts, patrol boats and fishing vessels. Circle 103

  • MR Sep-03#44  and high quality ISDN connec-
tions through)
    September 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 44

    vessels, to complete Nera's full range of Inmarsat Fleet communication solu- tions. The Nera F55 features voice commu- nication and high quality ISDN connec- tions through a compact unit with low power consumption. It is designed as a plug-and-play solution, tailored to the communication needs