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February 16, 2018

Edge intelligence specialist enables ‘broadband experience’ for offshore networks

Quortus is collaborating with e-BO Enterprises, a Belgian provider of smart content distribution platforms, network operation services, secure cloud computing solutions and network infrastructure, to enable LTE voice and data solutions for offshore wind farms.

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September 26, 2017

Everything can be smart: Key traits of the newest smart cities – Part 2

According to the IoT analytics, smart cities constitute 20% of IoT projects around the world. We seen a few traits yesterday in Part 1 of the article. The rest will be discussed today in the 2nd part.

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September 25, 2017

Topaz Energy & Marine seamlessly integrates its ships and onshore operations with Orange

Topaz Energy and Marine has signed an agreement with Orange Business Services for a Maritime Connect solution that connects its fleet at sea and supports the corporate network. Topaz is a offshore support vessel provider company for the global energy industry.

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October 8, 2015

The future of marine: the power of data

Unfavourable macroeconomic conditions have weighed down on marine operators over the last few years. The sector is under significant pressure and today the focus for vessel owners and operators is set firmly on optimising operations and reducing operational costs.

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August 29, 2012

Constellation Software’s subsidiary Volaris buys marine software firm SpecTec Group Holdings

Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Marketwire) — Constellation Software Inc. (CSU.TO) has announced that its wholly-owned division Volaris Group has acquired SpecTec Group Holdings Ltd. SpecTec is an international provider of marine software and remote asset management solutions for the shipping, off-shore oil and gas, and naval defence industries.

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