Intelsat impressive growth brings vessel count to 8,000

Intelsat, operator of the world’s largest satellite fleet and connectivity infrastructure, now has more than 8,000 vessels operating on its FlexMaritime service. The company has added more than 2,600 terminals since the beginning of 2021.

Intelsat, operator of the world’s largest satellite fleet and connectivity infrastructure, now has more than 8,000 vessels operating on its FlexMaritime service. The company has added more than 2,600 terminals since the beginning of 2021 in key maritime markets including shipping, fishing, leisure and offshore energy, a growth of more than 45%.

FlexMaritime is powered by a global, multi-layered, high-throughput satellite (HTS) network capable of delivering unrivalled density in bandwidth and extremely high levels of service flexibility and reliability. It is distributed by Intelsat’s solutions partners who combine the scale and power of the network with their customised service plans and specialised value-added services. Vessel owners benefit by leveraging next-generation shipboard technologies, smart shipping and other in-demand maritime connectivity applications including remote monitoring and performance diagnostics, video streaming, real-time software upgrades and essential, always-available connectivity for crew members.
As a customisable wholesale Mbps managed service, FlexMaritime makes high-speed connectivity simple. Complexity in network configuration, management and bandwidth availability is removed, and service levels are maintained at the highest standards. “Intelsat is proud to deliver an enterprise-grade communications network that supports next-generation solutions and services the maritime industry demands at sea,” said Intelsat’s Director of Maritime Products, Shane Rossbacher. “Last month marked the fourth anniversary of the launch of our FlexMaritime service. In the coming years, we look to continue enhancing the power, bandwidth and flexibility of the network by leveraging new software-defined satellites, additional layers of HTS capacity, 5G architecture, and support for multi-orbit satellite connectivity.”

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