— At ADIPEC, IEC Telecom will enhance its leadership in the regional satellite market with the release of its next-generation Maritime solution.
At ADIPEC 2016 IEC Telecom announces its new portfolio of Maritime Solutions designed to empower Maritime and Oil & Gas companies in real-world environments: from basic services for data connectivity to full digital platform, including welfare connectivity for the crew and multiple subscriptions over one single satellite antenna. IEC Telecom will be showcasing solutions with a clear differentiation between different business needs: corporate, welfare and subcontractor’s traffic of satellite Internet. All in one single solution and at the same time. IEC Telecom will show its new portfolio at the booth #410, Hall 4 of ADNEC, November 7-10.
‘With the current situation in the Oil & Gas industry, companies are looking for cost optimization without compromising the quality. At IEC Telecom we understand the challenges the industry is now facing, thus we work closely with the oil and gas companies to help them conserve resources by doing more with less contribution. We believe that going digital is a great cost saving for operations and we work on a solution that can enable the digital Platform concept, where everything goes digital and operation can be managed faster and more effective. With the Ka Band based solution we can reach speeds that can accommodate the traffic generated from a digital rig; with our reliable L Band back up we can give much more reliability to the solution,’ said Nabil Ben Soussia, Managing Director of IEC Telecom Middle East and Kazakhstan.
‘We are also very excited to announce the official launch of our IEC TELECOM corporate magazine, which will be spread over ADIPEC. The much-awaited magazine is developed to offer rich and relevant content that reflects situation on Maritime and Oil and Gas markets. Readers will find special sections that include such rubrics as: IN FOCUS, INTERVIEW, PROJECT, NEWS with the exclusive content from our clients ADMA-OPCO, Lukoil, Gazprom, Van OORD, Total, Caspian Services Group, CASPIY AK JHELKEN and others,’ said Nabil Ben Soussia, Managing Director of IEC Telecom Middle East and Kazakhstan.