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Tototheo Maritime incorporates Starlink into its service portfolio

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Leading global communication service provider Tototheo Maritime on Monday announced that it has added Starlink’s new low latency high-speed connectivity to its portfolio of services.

“This marks a new era for maritime connectivity,” Tototheo co-CEO, Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou said.

“With a fast-expanding coverage area, the speeds Starlink offers will enable a leap forward in the integration of more effective and sustainable technologies in maritime,” she added.

According to the announcement, the agreement between Tototheo and Starlink was finalised in December 2022, with the established maritime technology solutions integrator planning to commence deployment of the Starlink Kits within January 2023.

The company said that the addition of the Starlink LEO service to its portfolio makes Tototheo one of the few maritime technology providers able to offer a full range of competitive and reliable connectivity options, as well as multiple integrated solutions to maritime, offshore and enterprise (land) clients.

In addition, the company explained that its customers will have the flexibility of selecting the configuration that best suits their needs by integrating the Starlink Service (LEO) with Inmarsat GX (Ka-Band & L-Band), TM Flex (Ku-Band), Iridium (L-Band), LTE (3G/4G) and terrestrial connectivity solutions.

What is more, the company noted that SpaceX, a US company that manufactures and launches satellite communications, has launched a huge constellation of low earth orbit (LEO) satellites to provide high-speed, low-latency connectivity with speeds of up to 350Mbps.

“We have always looked ahead and believed that the future of maritime technology lies in synergies and integrated solutions,” Panayiotou Theodosiou stated.

“We look to the addition of Starlink to our range of services as a further step towards enhancing the reliability and flexibility of choice when it comes to onboard connectivity,” she added.

Meanwhile, Socrates Theodosiou, co-CEO of Tototheo Maritime explained that “Tototheo, is uniquely positioned to help its customers meet their efficiency, regulatory and operational needs”.

“Tototheo allows the integration and optimization of a hybrid solution and data handling offered by utilizing the SD-WAN and SD-LAN solutions, combined with TM SOC (Security Operation Center) keeping customers’ infrastructure and operations secure 24/7,” he added.

The company went on to say that this is a game changer and a complete solution for all customers who value reliability, speed, low latency, and security of their data links onboard their vessels or shore infrastructures.

Finally, the company said that any interested parties who wish to know more about this service can contact them directly at this email address.

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