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Speedcast wins long-term contract to deliver communications to global integrated energy provider

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Speedcast International Limited, the world's most trusted provider of remote communication and IT solutions, has announced that it has been awarded a new master service agreement and multi-year contract to deliver fully-managed communications onboard assets for Sapura Energy Berhad (Sapura Energy), a leading global integrated oil and gas services and solutions provider headquartered in Malaysia.

The scope of the contract is to provide secure satellite communications systems for the customer's fleet of engineering & construction vessels supporting its operations in over 20 countries. Taking advantage of Speedcast's global scale that combines extensive satellite coverage with terrestrial networks and local engineering resources, Speedcast will provide a robust combination of C-band, Ku-band, Fleet Broadband and 4G/LTE connectivity to the customer's fleet of vessels located in remote and harsh environments.

"We have created a partnership with Sapura Energy to support their assets all around the world," said Keith Johnson, Speedcast's EVP of Energy. "This is a great opportunity to demonstrate Speedcast's technology-agnostic approach, using multiple technologies to deliver the best communications solution for each individual asset. We design systems that are the best fit for secure and reliable communications based on factors such as geographic location, weather, bandwidth availability, and look angle; and can use multiple options for added redundancy and reliability."

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/digital-oilfield/28022019/speedcast-wins-long-term-contract-to-deliver-communications-to-global-integrated-energy-provider/

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