When Yacht Servicing Company Jes Sea were asked to equip the M/Y Veloce with bells and whistles such as VoIP, Sonos multi-room speakers, AppleTV and a Crown network amplifier, they knew that their connectivity requirements went far beyond simply getting online. In order to make all these toys play together nicely, a MAX HD2 dual LTE router, 3 AP One Enterprise access points and an AP Flex via POE were installed to provide the network, using 2x LTE connections as well as Wi-Fi WAN. This unique combination keeps the yacht’s entertainment systems working in shipshape condition to make sure they never miss a beat.
On the M/Y Fortunate Sun, owners and guests were not happy with the slow Internet speeds provided by their previous solution. As the vessel was travelling across Europe, the Caribbean and the US, they also need to have access to 4G LTE service. So, they employed a MAX BR1 compatible with European carriers, as well as a US-compatible model, with 2 high gain omni-directional cellular antenna. They now enjoy reliable and secure connection no matter where they are.
The Captain of M/Y Limitless wanted to improve data services for the owner, guests, and the crew. Using both MAX HD4 European and US-compatible LTE routers, cellular connections were bonded together, with the data encrypted over SpeedFusion VPN. SpeedFusion Bandwidth Bonding on average achieves up to 80Mbps. As a bonus, though the vessel was travelling through Europe, the Caribbean and the US, data services made it possible to access media streaming services from outside of their IP geolocations.