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KVH Industries expands service in South America

KVH Industries will offer its mini-VSAT Broadband service in South America through Tesacom.

Middletown, R.I.-based KVH is working with Tesacom, South America’s leading satellite service provider, to bring VSAT service to mariners throughout South America. KVH will offer its mini-VSAT Broadband service and TracPhone satellite communications terminals to commercial fisherman, oil and gas operators and inland waterway vessels.

“With the mini-VSAT broadband service we will be able to provide a proven solution with small antennas, fast data rates and global coverage that will work well for both large and small vessels, completing our broad offering of solutions,” Tesacom CEO Jose Antonio Sanchez Elia said in a statement.

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