Nowhere Networks Strike World’s Largest Maritime High-Speed Internet Deal

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Stena Line, one of the world’s largest ferry operators with over 25,000 yearly departures, has chosen Nowhere Networks as its supplier of fast internet for its fleet. Implementation has started and by the beginning of next year 32 of Stena Line’s ships will be connected to Nowhere Networks high speed internet Network. The total distance of the routes covered will be approximately 4000 km, the largest network of its kind in the world, reports an article published on their website.

High speed wifi

Stena Line has been in the market to procure a faster and more reliable high speed wifi-solution to offer its passengers and employees on board. As everything is being connected in today’s digital world, it is only natural to expect good quality connectivity on ships. After having evaluated Nowhere Networks’ long distance internet solution for maritime use during the past six months Stena Line has decided to implement the solution on 32 of its 38 ships.

“We are very proud to have one of the world’s largest shipping companies as a customer. Also, Stena Line is renowned for always being at the forefront of innovation development and we really enjoy working with them,” says Asbjörn Frydenlund, CEO, Nowhere Networks.

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Source: Nowhere Networks

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