MVS is a true global Internet SP, MVS is a 25 year old global data managed network company and MVS is disaster proof.
1. MVS is a true global Internet SP. That means that MVS issues its own ARIN and RIPE internet addresses. As a global Internet SP, MVS has absolute control over its IP addresses and is entrusted by the European (RIPE) and American (ARIN) Internet Registries for secure housing, management and control of the addresses. No one else can buy them, trade them, hack them or access them.
2. MVS is not just Inmarsat. MVS is a 25 year old global data managed network company that works with Inmarsat, Intelsat and Iridium among others. MVS operates a world wide data network with it’s own MVS Cloud supported by MVS data centers on 2 continents. Protecting data is our business whether it is via satellite or land.
The migration of Classic Aero, Fleet 77, Swift 64 and Inmarsat C services (to include Aero C and Mini C) from the Pacific Ocean Region (POR) I-3 satellite to the Asia/Pacific (APAC) I-4 satellite has been re-scheduled.
Iridium Handset users will be able to purchase the Unlimited Iridium to Iridium (ISU-ISU) Voice option for select postpaid plans. This feature will allow Iridium Subscribers to make unlimited ISU-ISU voice calls for an additional small fee (to be determined) per month. The Unlimited ISU-ISU Voice option is available to all current and future Iridium Subscribers on any one of the postpaid plans listed below. There is no minimum monthly commitment associated with the Unlimited ISU-ISU Voice option and it is subject to the same proration terms and conditions as Iridium postpaid telephony plans. Iridium Subscribers on the Unlimited ISU-ISU Voice option are subject to the Iridium Fair Access Policy (contact MVS for details on the fair access policy). This offer does not apply to any other Iridium terminal (ex. IridiumGO!, Certus, Pilot, etc.)
The Iridium® network has been approved to provide Global Maritime Distress Safety System (GMDSS) services, signaling an end to a decades-long satellite industry monopoly
New firmware is now available for the Iridium Extreme® PTT handset. This upgrade includes bug fixes to enhance use of the handset. While this release is not mandatory, it is strongly recommended that the upgrade be performed as soon as possible to enable the best service experience.
After the referendum on the intelligence bill, the Dutch government amended the law by reducing the storage period of dat
a and some other measures that the people ‘asked’ for. At the same time intentions were announced by experts to look for ways to protect companies from DDoS-attacks. A noble gesture or a way to bypass the law?
In the last few months, The Netherlands has seen an increase in the number of DDoS attacks on banks and governmental institutions. Everybody agrees: we have to do something about it. So the latest call for a ‘DDoS Radar’ and the forming of the Digital Trust Center are for many a logical step. But why keep re-inventing the wheel, when there are already services that do the things the new initiatives want to do?