Digital Ship covers RedPort Global Launch

Digital Ship, a leading marine electronics publications with particular emphasis on data communications, covered the launch of RedPort Global. While RedPort is a new brand from Global Marine Networks, the core technology has  been developed over the past year. With several hundred systems already in the field, and orders for over 700 systems, RedPort is already keeping thousands of mariners in touch for ship operations, crew morale and prepaid passenger VoIP calling.
See the article on Digital Ship here:
Satcom management from GMN
(Dec  9  2011) 
Global Marine Networks (GMN) has launched RedPort Global, a satellite network management system for maritime and offshore satellite broadband users and distributors.
 The company says that RedPort Global includes services that can save up to 80 per cent of satellite airtime using data compression, caching and control, as well as prepaid VoIP, e-mail and internet, least cost routing, firewall filtering and remote control.
 “GMN has long been a leader in satellite data services,” said Dr Luis Soltero, president and CTO of GMN.
 “Now, with the launch of RedPort Global, we are offering satellite broadband users important new data services while building on the foundation of our popular webXaccelerator satellite routers and XGate satellite data products.”
 Concurrent with this new launch GMN is also launching two new webXaccelerator (wXa) satellite routers, which can work in tandem with RedPort Global services.
 The original webXaccelerator satellite router was launched in October 2010, and GMN says it has received orders for over 700 units so far.