KVH One Network Is Showing Up On Other Networks Like Starlink
Global Satellite’s KVH One Network Is Showing Up On Other Networks Like Starlink With Its Superior Marine Communications
With seamless transitions between satellite, cellular, and Wi-Fi, the KVH One Network from Global Satellite provides the highest quality internet and communication service available for yacht and marine communications. Superior performance is a global service for all to utilize.
Internet connectivity on boats and yachts is incredibly important. This network needs to be always reliable to ensure there isn’t a point at which a boat or yacht cannot communicate with the rest of the world. Not only should this service be constantly present, but it also needs to be fast and reliable.
KVH One’s benefits when compared to other satellite networks
One of the more well-known satellite networks is the relatively new Starlink network. KVH One takes the standard expected from a satellite network and revolutionizes it with more options and more reliability. Their cellular service range is a massive 20 miles, with accessibility in more than 150 different countries. Powered by Intelsat, KVH One has a high throughput, worldwide satellite network.
It can be accessed either with KVH One-provided SIM cards or user-issued with the ability to get support for 5G-LTE networks. This network has access to cellular, Wi-Fi, and Satellite with seamless transitions between each in order to keep the connection going no matter where the boat is. No delays and the ability to also switch between SIM cards at any given time make KVH One incredibly reliable and easy to use.
Multiple TracNet options are available for even stronger network connections, depending on the needs of the vessel.
With seamless transitions between network types, constant connection, a massive cellular range, and several TracNet options, KVH One is built to suit any need. This fast and efficient satellite network is proving itself to be the superior option in the industry. Reliable and seamless communications are vital for the safety of any ocean-going vessel and this necessary service