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HISPASAT and Anuvu reach agreement to provide maritime connectivity in Mediterranean and Caribbean

HISPASAT, the satellite services and solutions operator and provider of Redeia, and Anuvu, the leading provider of high-speed connectivity and entertainment solutions for demanding worldwide mobility markets, today announced a new capacity agreement for services in the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas.

This multi-transponder service will be provided from HISPASAT’s orbital positions in 30º West and 61º West, which offer high-quality coverage in both regions. The two companies are expanding their collaboration in the connectivity field in mobility environments, a sector in which they were already providing joint broadband services in these regions during high-traffic seasons.

“This capacity in highly important coverage areas for commercial maritime traffic, as well as the excellent reliability of their connectivity solutions in mobility environments, make HISPASAT an ideal partner to reinforce our services in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean,” said Tim Southard, Anuvu’s VP, Networks.

Ignacio Sanchis, Chief Commercial Officer of HISPASAT, added that “we are very proud to have earned the trust of a global leader like Anuvu. After overcoming the difficulties for mobility services caused by the pandemic, we are convinced that this is a vertical that will grow solidly, and we have the experience and capacity to respond to the latest demands.”

Satellites are critical for on-board connectivity services in the aviation and maritime environments. HISPASAT and Anuvu offer solutions in this market in segments such as commercial aviation and cruise ships, in which the two companies already work together. HISPASAT’s fleet features optimized coverage to offer high-quality, highly efficient and readily available services in the Mediterranean, Canary Islands, northwest Africa, the Caribbean, and the coasts of the Americas. Additionally, the upcoming launch of the Amazonas Nexus will strengthen the company’s services in the mobility field in high-demand areas, such as the Americas and the north and south Atlantic corridors.


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