Low interest in LRIT could jeopardise future of data centres
- Monday 16 January 2012, 11:04
THE way shipping administrations pay for and exchange data sent from ships could be reviewed, because the system may be failing to generate enough business to pay for itself. Ships have to transmit a position report every six hours through a satellite-based system known as long range...
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