One of Speedcast’s customers, the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD), operates year-round research stations in Antarctica and depends on Speedcast connectivity to complete research, send data and keep in touch with the rest of the world while operating from the southernmost continent.
In addition to these critical land-based services, Speedcast now provides communications services aboard the new $1.9billion ice breaker, the RSV Nuyina. The complex solution covers all airtime services and additional capabilities for when the vessel arrives in Australia and prior to her maiden voyage to Antarctica.
For more on AAD’s research efforts and RSV Nuyina, check out their website.
Meeting the Challenge of Multi-Orbit, Beam Forming Networks
In an environment with multiple network and technology options, integrators need to remain agnostic to deliver the most cost-effective and highest-quality connectivity services. That’s why Speedcast developed its new unified global mobility platform, a single automated solution explicitly designed to function in a multi-network environment.
Read the interview on how Speedcast has implemented its universal global mobility platform on the Nuyina.