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Mallorca-based e3 Systems, a multi-broadband communications provider for megayachts, has launched e3.Unite, which uses a range of routers that combine from three to 18 3G, 3G+, 4G LTE connections, and even local wi-fi into one connection, with a breakout to the Internet through its London data center. It is designed to provide close to 100 percent connectivity.

“When in range of land connections, connectivity is provided at a fraction of the cost to satellite communications, which is why we have developed this managed cellular solution, said Roger Horner, Group Managing Director of e3 Systems. “This cellular, high-bandwidth solution can be used with our range of cellular services in the U.S.A., Caribbean and Europe, some of which have free roaming.”

By adding a variety of connections as the yacht moves, the signal will increase or decrease, depending on the number of antennas in view on the coast line. By using a variety of providers, the yacht is guaranteed at least one strong signal to support the its needs.

When using e3.Unite with satellite services, 100 percent connectivity is achievable. This is the key feature of e3’s Hybrid communications system.

E3.Unite Performance, the entry level service, includes a standard cellular modem with a three SIM configuration with up to a 50Mbps data connection. For a more advanced and larger bandwidth, e3 Performance Max offers up to 18 SIMS with a bandwidth of 100Mbps or more.  

For more information, contact the South Florida office at +1 954-368-9980 or by e-mail at info@e3s.com.

 

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