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Tototheo enters Land Enterprise Market

Tototheo Maritime, a leading provider of innovative communication and maritime technology services, announced a significant expansion into the land enterprise market, offering comprehensive fixed and mobility connectivity solutions.

“This strategic move amplifies the company's commitment to growth and diversification of its product and service offerings, catering to a broad array of industries requiring reliable communication infrastructure,” it said announcing the news.

According to the company, this foray into the land-based enterprise sector represents Tototheo Maritime's dedication to meeting the rising demand for robust and reliable connectivity solutions that support constant, uninterrupted communication. “Recognising the critical role that connectivity plays across various domains, Tototheo has incorporated Starlink technology into its range of offerings, leveraging its expertise to deliver solutions that promise to enhance operational efficiency and business continuity for its clients.”

Socrates Theodossiou, co-CEO of Tototheo Maritime, said: "Connectivity today exceeds mere communication. For industries operating nonstop, it's the very lifeline that ensures continuity and efficiency. Starlink is our testament to not only expanding connectivity avenues but to solidifying our pledge of providing robust and groundbreaking solutions. As businesses increasingly move to cloud infrastructures and adopt online solutions to manage customers, people, and assets, Tototheo is empowering them to do so with its innovative solutions and services at an affordable price.”

In this context, Tototheo Maritime recently provided EDT Group, a well-established company supplying Offshore Support Vessels and assets, together with a diverse portfolio including ship maintenance and agency services, and offering top-tier lifecycle services to the Oil and Gas sector, amongst other maritime enterprises, with a Starlink Antenna for land communications. This action signifies the enduring and robust relationship between the two companies.

"Adopting the Starlink Antenna V3 through our esteemed partnership with Tototheo Maritime signifies EDT Group's dedication to pioneering in maritime solutions. In our persistent pursuit of excellence, this step marks another milestone in optimizing operations and enhancing connectivity across the globe," said Darios Melas, Managing Director of EDT Group.

For more information about Tototheo Maritime, visit www.tototheo.com.

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