Mobility

We connect people on the move – at sea and in the air.

Fast and reliable on-the-move Internet connectivity is critical for maintaining competitiveness, growth, and operations. Our aviation and maritime mobility services provide tailored solutions on an end-to-end basis to serve a diverse range of markets including commercial airlines and shipping companies.

Case Study

Japan’s OCEAN TRANS Delivers the Goodies

Ocean going vessels are often at sea for Challenge lengthy periods when crew can be out of network range and in locations where it is not easy to get access to the Internet.

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Maritime

We provide reliable, low-cost broadband connectivity on board maritime vessels. Ship operators use IPSTAR broadband satellite services to provide Internet connectivity for crew and passengers throughout a vessel’s entire journey, as well as for operational communications.

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IPSTAR Maritime helps connect people on board to family and friends, provides entertainment, and boosts crew productivity. The service also helps save on operational costs for essential maintenance, weather and cargo communications.

IPSTAR Maritime lets you increase your operational efficiency and access a wide portfolio of products to provide constant connectivity on board ship.

Whether you simply need bandwidth capacity to build and maintain your own networks or are looking for a managed solution, IPSTAR Maritime provides you with a tailored solution for your connectivity needs at sea – boosting throughput, service delivery and efficiency.

Thaicom IPSTAR Maritime Ku-band Coverage

IPSTAR Maritime Ku-band coverage provides reliable connectivity in Asia. IPSTAR’s powerful Ku-band spot beams cover key maritime routes in Asia to provide ship operators with high throughput, always-on, broadband connectivity for a wide range of broadband applications. IPSTAR’s Open Access Platform provides flexibility and full customization of on-board technology including terminals and antennas.

Automatic beam switching (ABS) allows for seamless transfer from one beam to another while maintaining connectivity with continuous service provisioning. The service is fully scalable and can be expanded as your business grows.

Maritime customers profit from our full frequency licenses in 10 countries in Asia-Pacific.

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Case Study

Nok Air Takes Broadband to the Sky

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Aviation

In-Flight Connectivity for Asia’s Airlines

In a highly competitive industry like the airline sector, companies are increasingly looking for value-added services to distinguish themselves from their competition.

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The airline industry is always looking at ways to improve customer experience. Today’s airline passengers expect to be connected to broadband Internet wherever they travel – even at 35,000 feet.

In partnership with leading in-flight service providers, IPSTAR Aviation provides reliable Wi-Fi on board, meeting expectations for access to social media, the latest news and contact with friends and family members at any time.

IPSTAR Aviation satellite broadband services cover many flight routes in Asia-Pacific. The service promises reliable broadband connectivity that provides airlines in Asia with a competitive edge.

Thaicom IPSTAR Aviation Ku-band Coverage

IPSTAR Maritime Ku-band coverage provides reliable connectivity for airlines operating on Asian flight routes. Thaicom IPSTAR Aviation was the first satellite operator in Asia to provide powerful Ku-band connectivity, providing the aviation industry with high throughput, always-on, broadband connectivity for a wide range of in-flight and entertainment applications. IPSTAR’s Open Access Platform provides flexibility and full customization of on-board technology including terminals and antennas.

Automatic beam switching (ABS) allows for seamless transfer from one beam to another while maintaining connectivity with continuous service provisioning. The service is fully scalable and can be expanded as your business grows.

Airline customers profit from our full frequency licenses in 10 countries in Asia-Pacific.

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