NetworkingEutelsat and Can Marine to Enhance Global Maritime Connectivity Over Asia-Pacific Region

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Eutelsat Communications (Euronext Paris: ETL) announces a partnership with Can Marine Systems, a prominent provider of maritime systems in Asia. The collaboration brings next-generation satellite communication services to the maritime sector across Asia, offering enhanced connectivity and capabilities for maritime businesses operating at sea (cargo shipping, passenger ferries, and offshore) in this vast region.

The partnership leverages the Eutelsat ADVANCE hybrid GEO/LEO service portfolio, an innovative satellite network-as-a-service providing high-end connectivity to users through a global network of unparalleled coverage. Eutelsat ADVANCE offers a range of scalable versatile managed connectivity services that combine LEO constellation coverage ubiquity and low latency with robust GEO satellite reliability and predictable committed throughput. This unique combined offering will help Can Marine address business opportunities across Asia, tailoring solutions to customers’ specific needs, and reinforcing their position as a leading provider of maritime systems in the region.

Lim Ding Liang, Vice President of Can Marine Systems, said: 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. 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.

Cyril Dujardin, General Manager of the Connectivity Business Unit, said: “We are proud to see our managed connectivity solution, Eutelsat ADVANCE, continue to successfully expand with Can Marine. This collaboration testifies to the strong momentum of the maritime connectivity business, particularly within Asia, and further establishes Eutelsat as an indispensable player in maritime connectivity.”

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