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Telespazio, Grimaldi in €5M satcomms agreement

Telespazio, a joint venture between Leonardo (67%) and Thales (33%), and Grimaldi Group have signed two contracts for the upgrade of the Neapolitan shipping group’s satellite communications capacity on its fleet of cargo and passenger vessels

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Telespazio, Grimaldi in €5M satcomms agreement

The first agreement provides for managing on-board communications for ro-ro, con-ro and PCTC vessels in the Grimaldi Fleet that operate between Northern Europe, North and South America, West Africa, and the Mediterranean.

 

Specifically, Telespazio will take care of the design and supply of on-board systems for satellite communications and related broadband services, including backup, on a multi-regional scale. These services will be provided via Telespazio’s global coverage platform operated by the Fucino Space Centre (L’Aquila).

 

The second agreement covers renovating basic (voice and data) satellite telecommunication services for crew and passengers on ro-pax ships that the Neapolitan Group currently operates in the Mediterranean, between Italy (including Sardinia and Sicily), Greece, Spain, Tunisia, Morocco and Malta.

 

The aggregate value of both agreements is around €5M.

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