Scots connectivity specialist expands throughout border

SCOTS connectivity and community specialist, Clarus Networks Group, has launched a brand new Maritime and Power Division throughout the border.

At present based mostly in Bathgate, West Lothian the group plans to broaden additional by opening extra places of work in Aberdeen and Milton Keynes initially of 2024.

Their new workplace in Norwich, Norfolk represents the primary everlasting Clarus workplace exterior of Scotland, with entry to key maritime and logistics places.

The brand new Maritime & Power Division makes use of wi-fi earth orbit satellites to ship dependable connections to service provider vessels, cruise ships, yachts, ferries and offshore power bases.

Distant situations confronted by maritime vessels and offshore power operations.

The enlargement comes throughout a interval of progress for Clarus, with income rising by 328% in comparison with 2022 figures.

Key expertise utilized by Clarus of their new division is Starlink, a low earth orbit (LEO) satellite tv for pc system that gives excessive velocity broadband and web providers for at sea connection.

The expertise consists of high-performance antennas designed to face up to excessive climate and temperatures, making certain that connectivity is delivered in probably the most difficult environments.

Starlink customers can anticipate obtain speeds of as much as 220 Mbps, permitting for distant working and video calls again to shore.

This enhances operations in addition to improves crew welfare, productiveness and vessel administration.

Maritime shoppers embody Valaris, P&O Ferries, Stödig Ship Administration, Ineos and SSE.

Chris Schonhut, Director of Maritime & Power, will lead the Norwich division: “Becoming a member of the Clarus group means working with probably the most highly effective connectivity expertise out there.

“In my new function, I’m excited to be offering specialist help for companies, unifying connectivity methods to help environment friendly operations at sea.”

Derek Phillips, Group Managing Director at The Clarus Networks Group, stated: “With 70% of the world coated in water, we imagine that quick, dependable connectivity ought to be simply as accessible within the ocean as within the workplace.

“Our new division will present tailor-made and managed wi-fi options.

“Clarus’ enlargement with our first everlasting workplace exterior Scotland displays a excessive progress interval and bold targets for the yr forward.” 

The Clarus group will participate within the Offshore Europe convention in Aberdeen in September 2023, furthering connections within the area forward of opening their third workplace subsequent yr.

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