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Astrium Services e SES estendem sua cobertura e serviços VSAT para clientes marítimos globais

A SES (Paris:SESG)(LuxX:SESG) e a Astrium Services anunciaram hoje a assinatura de um acordo de capacidade para fornecer conectividade em embarcações em toda a América Latina, assim como no Atlântico Norte, Mar Mediterrâneo, Mar Vermelho e Golfo de Áden.

A Astrium Services renovará a capacidade do satélite SES-4 para fornecer aos seus clientes serviços gerenciados para comunicação marítima, equipamento de rastreamento e desempenho do motor, assim como garantir que a equipe, mesmo em alto mar, se mantenha conectada. Localizado a 338 graus leste, o SES-4 é um dos vários satélites da SES fornecendo capacidade para a Astrium Services e permitindo que a empresa personalize seus serviços para suprir as necessidades específicas do setor marítimo.

“A expansão da cobertura abrangente do novo satélite SES-4, do Golfo Árabe até o Oceano Pacífico Sul, é ideal para nossos clientes nesta região. Combinada com a experiência da SES em satélites e nossa equipe dedicada de vendas e serviços, a cobertura é chave no desenvolvimento confiável dos serviços VSAT para nossos clientes globais nessas rotas marítimas estratégicas”, disse o chefe de Assuntos Marítimo da divisão de Comunicações Empresariais da Astrium Services, Tore Morten Olsen.

Sob este novo acordo, a Astrium Services poderá atender a várias necessidades específicas de comunicação, incluindo uma cobertura de VSAT confiável para atividades de óleo e gás offshore no Brasil e na costa leste da África. Adicionalmente, a grande presença do SES-4 estende sua cobertura para o Golfo de Áden, onde a conectividade é vital para clientes em zonas com risco de pirataria, como por exemplo, na costa da Somália. A cobertura também abrange clientes marítimos pesqueiros, transportadores e de recreação na Europa.

“As necessidades da comunicação global em movimento no setor marítimo devem ser constantemente atendidas até mesmo quando as embarcações e tripulações estão em regiões remotas no mundo. A série de novos contratos com a Astrium Services reforça nossa parceria de longa data e é uma prova da nossa posição líder no fornecimento de serviços de satélites de mobilidade”, disse o vice-presidente sênior do departamento Comercial da SES na Europa, Norbert Hölzle.

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Sobre a Astrium

Astrium é a empresa número um em tecnologias espaciais na Europa e a terceira no mundo. Em 2011, a Astrium obteve uma rotatividade de quase €5 bilhões e 18.000 funcionários no mundo inteiro, especialmente na França, Alemanha, Reino Unido, Espanha e Holanda.

A Astrium é a única empresa europeia que cobre toda a gama de serviços e sistemas civis e de defensa. Seus três principais negócios são: a Astrium Space Transportation para lançadores e infraestruturas orbitais; a Astrium Satellites para foguetes e o segmento terrestre; a Astrium Services para soluções end-to-end abrangentes, fixas e móveis, cobrindo redes e satcoms seguros e comerciais, equipamento e sistemas de transmissão de comunicação via satélite de alta segurança, e serviços personalizados de informações geográficas, no mundo inteiro. A Astrium é uma subsidiária de propriedade exclusiva da EADS, líder global em serviços relacionados à defesa e espaço aéreos. Em 2011, o Grupo – formado pela Airbus, Astrium, Cassidian e Eurocopter – gerou receitas de € 49,1 bilhões e empregou uma força de trabalho de mais de 133.000 pessoas.

Sobre a SES

A SES é uma operadora de satélites líder mundial com uma frota de 52 satélites geoestacionários. A empresa fornece serviços de comunicação via satélite para emissoras e fornecedoras de serviços de conteúdos e internet, redes operadoras de telefonia fixas e móveis, assim como para empresas e organizações governamentais no mundo todo. A SES representa relações empresariais duradouras, serviços de alta qualidade e excelência no setor de transmissões. As equipes regionais culturalmente diversificadas da SES estão localizadas no mundo inteiro e trabalham estreitamente com os clientes para atender seus requisitos específicos de serviços e banda larga via satélite.

A SES (Paris:SESG)(LuxX:SESG) possui participações no Ciel, no Canadá, no QuetzSat, no México, assim como uma participação estratégica na start-up de infraestrutura de satélites O3b Networks. Mais informações no site: www.ses.com.

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