FRP Saves the Ships at Sea

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shipShip Equip provides all sorts of communication services to ocean going ships, from satellite TV for entertainment to broadband internet. Their clients range from cruise ships full of tourists to ocean going research vessels and oil prospecting ships which need data communications and file transfer for research. Merchant ships carrying dry and/or wet cargoes such as tankers, bulk carriers, gas carriers, cargo and container ships, too.

Ship Equip provides global coverage by using lots of different locations, many of them overlapping, making continuous communication possible. Switching between spots is simple and usually done on 24 hour notice or less. With both C-band and Ku-band coverage, Ship Equip is able to keep ships in communication no matter where they’re sailing.

They use FRP to sync data files and research information from ship to shore and back again using satellite broadband while at sea in the same way a land based business with branch offices might use FRP. Because of the amazing speed and recover-ability of FRP, it can be used in less than ideal conditions such as sometimes spotty satellite access depending on location or severe weather high seas.

FRP’s lean use of broadband makes a difference here, too.

If FRP can do this for Ship Equip, just think what it can do for your office!

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