CSL has agreed to a partnership with GRC, specialists in the design and development of mission-critical communication, that will allow CSL to provide global satellite connectivity to its growing base of critical national infrastructure, retail, eHealth and logistics customers, utilising GRC’s portfolio of global satellite partners.
Under this agreement, the companies will collaborate to provide CSL’s customers with access to the Starlink network, bringing encrypted satellite connectivity to enterprise customers from the world's leading and largest, low-Earth orbit satellite constellation.
CSL has been an industry leader in providing Critical Connectivity to European high streets for over 25 years. Adding satellite technology to its portfolio ensures it can deliver a truly global offering, both on land and for maritime applications.
GRC has an established partnership with over 30 of the world’s leading connectivity specialists with expertise in Wi-Fi, Cellular, Cloud and IP networking to complement their Satellite expertise. GRC is an expert in providing solutions to defence, government, industry, disaster response as well as oil, gas and mining sectors.
"Our partnership with GRC ensures we can continue to provide resilient Critical Connectivity to customers who often have remote or maritime demands that cannot be met by cellular or fixed connectivity alone”, said Ed Heale, CEO of CSL.
Steve Slater, Managing Director of GRC, commented: “We’re delighted to be working alongside CSL and supporting the exciting range of satellite connectivity projects they already have lined up! CSL’s reputation for excellence in critical communications is already well established, and adding SATCOM to their portfolio will allow their range of innovative solutions to expand into even more areas and applications."
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