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CSL Launches Satellite-Based Critical Connectivity for Land and Maritime Use
The introduction of CSL Satellite offers a novel, creative approach to overcoming the challenges of ensuring reliable communication in remote or otherwise inaccessible areas.
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CSL Launches Satellite-Based Critical Connectivity for Land and Maritime Use
by Sophie Jenkins
London, UK (SPX) Feb 09, 2024

In a significant stride towards enhancing Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity in remote and challenging environments, CSL, a leading provider of Critical IoT Connectivity solutions, has announced the launch of CSL Satellite. This new service aims to deliver resilient, secure connectivity by leveraging the Starlink constellation of low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites, coupled with CSL's comprehensive managed service package, which includes around-the-clock support.

CSL Satellite emerges as a pioneering solution designed to bridge the connectivity gap in areas where traditional mobile or fixed broadband services falter. Its reliance on Starlink's advanced LEO satellites ensures superior coverage and increased resilience, making it a suitable option for a wide range of applications across both land and maritime domains.

With an emphasis on accessibility and customer convenience, CSL has streamlined the deployment process of its low-cost coverage, enabling quick and easy online setup. This approach underscores CSL's commitment to providing seamless Critical Connectivity solutions tailored to meet the diverse needs of its clientele.

The service portfolio of CSL Satellite is diversified into three tailored plans, addressing the unique requirements of various sectors:

1. Permanent Fixed: Geared towards static installations, this plan caters predominantly to the retail and hospitality sectors, providing them with a reliable connectivity foundation.

2. Movable Fixed: This flexible option is designed for scenarios requiring connectivity at different fixed locations, such as pop-up shops, offering versatility without compromising on reliability.

3. Mobile: Tailored for mobile assets, including both light and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, rail, and maritime operations, this plan ensures consistent connectivity on the move.

Andy Bromley, CSL's Head of Product, highlighted the significance of this launch, stating, "CSL has been an industry leader in providing Critical Connectivity to worldwide, leading brands for over 25 years. Adding satellite technology to its portfolio ensures they can deliver a truly global offering, both on land and for maritime applications." This statement reflects CSL's dedication to innovation and its pursuit of expanding connectivity solutions to meet global demands.

The introduction of CSL Satellite offers a novel, creative approach to overcoming the challenges of ensuring reliable communication in remote or otherwise inaccessible areas. By combining the technological prowess of Starlink's satellite constellation with CSL's expertly managed services, customers are assured of a robust, secure, and flexible connectivity solution that stands ready to support a myriad of applications, from retail and hospitality to critical maritime and land-based operations.

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