Maritime digitalisation is now moving at a rapid rate with vessel's demanding more and more bandwidth to run their operations and use more sophisticated real-time applications. Over the Fleet Xpress network there has been a doubling of data over the last eight months and this will be accelerated further due to more and more remote application usage to improve vessel performance.

Working together with our innovative manufacturing partner Intellian, we are already planning for a future of more capacity and bandwidth to cope with the demand of digitalisation and provide innovative digital solutions you can trust. To kick-off this campaign we will be hosting a joint webinar to provide an overview of how together we are enabling digitalisation. Sign up below to join us!


Webinar: Enabling Digitalisation

Join our short webinar on Thursday 9 July. Follow the links below to register:


Intellian GX60NX

GX60NX is the compact and light GX Terminal. It provides easy and convenient installation in order for the user to reduce the total cost of ownership.

Even though the weight is dramatically reduced, the terminal performance is maintained. While still guaranteeing reliability in the harshest sea conditions.


Intellian GX100NX

Intellian’s highly efficient next-generation GX100NX antenna supports 2.5GHz Ka wideband networks out of the box and is supplied with a 5W BUC as standard, with the option to upgrade to a high-power 10W unit.

This makes the GX100NX upgradable and futureproof for Inmarsat’s next generation high-capacity, high-speed constellation and future network upgrades.

Get ready for the next generation of Global Xpress, Inmarsat’s high-speed mobile broadband service, as we begin a transformational journey to deliver the dynamic capacity, capabilities, and agility the future connected world demands.

Existing GX customers will be able to benefit from next-generation enhancements using current Intellian GX60NX and GX100NX terminals, enjoying a significant boost in performance, as well as future-proofing their investment.


Nine key differences between Fleet Xpress and Ku-band services

As the maritime industry moves closer to data dependency, it needs a platform that can deliver – and keep delivering, whatever the demands placed upon it. For an owner or manager about to move to VSAT for the first time, or looking at upgrading their existing low-end VSAT service, or even those wanting to know more, it is perhaps relevant to underline what the key differences are between a Ka-band service such as Fleet Xpress and the myriad of Ku-band services in the market.