Inmarsat Legacy EOL and Migration Options

Thursday, September 14, 2017 12:21:01 PM America/New_York

Inmarsat has announced the End of Life (EOL) dates for its Fleet 33, 55, and 77 devices. After these dates these legacy fleet devices will no longer be covered under the Inmarsat network and users will find that they will no longer be receiving/transmitting data.

As these EOL dates approach users should consider migrating to a newer satellite broadband device. These newer devices are more reliable and provide a stronger, faster connection over the older legacy devices. Also unlike the legacy devices which data is pay-as-you-go, often at a premium, these newer devices provide much more flexible data rates and plans. Not only is this data ultimately cheaper but the performance is much better as well

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iSavi - What It Does and Why You Need One

Thursday, June 22, 2017 6:29:38 PM America/New_York

Imagine a device that you could drop into your backpack or satchel that could get you instantly online from a remote corner of the Sahara, the top of Kilimanjaro or the middle of the Pacific Ocean.  Something that you could connect with your smartphone to upload a photo or video and update your social media accounts.  A device that would allow you to read news articles, check weather and search for information about the strange berry you just ate.

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Comments | Posted in Product Spotlight By Sam C.