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Blog – Buzz Wireless
Buzz wireless blog - blogs demonstrating how technology from Buzz wireless has been implemented. Marine routers to what happens when BT broadband fails.
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Welcome to the Buzz Wireless blog. Buzz have been providing telephony systems and broadband solutions for over 15 years to sole traders, home based businesses, small medium businesses, corporate clients, marine & construction industries as well as entire villages.

Over that time we have provided connectivity to thousands of customers, the case studies below give a snap shot of how we have helped some of those customers, and demonstrate the depth and breadth of our experience and knowledge.

Buzz Wireless introduces Hubba X4 Global Buzz Wireless is one of the leading providers of 3G and 4G mobile communications platforms for the leisure and commercial marine markets. In a perfect world all countries would deploy a global standard protocol for cellular data, but in reality many have their own allocated frequency bands and system variants, nowhere is this more evident than the US and Canada, where systems are often incompatible with European and Asian counterparts. This has meant that for the shipping industry it has hitherto been difficult to come up with a global solution in one box. Step forward the Hubba
Buzz Networks announces the launch of CrewCode Wi-Fi management system Buzz Networks Ltd, the UK based company that has been at the forefront of delivering 3G and 4G coastal data systems to the marine sector with its range of Hubba X routers, has announced the launch of its new  CrewCode service. This cost effective communications system allows owners, charterers and operators to monitor, control and monetise data usage for vessels. CrewCode is a voucher based service, similar to those used in hotels, whereby users are given, or may purchase, a code for data in fixed amounts (500MB, 1GB, 2GB etc..) to access onboard
Buzz Marine connects IFCA Crew at Sea Buzz Marine has supplied its HubbaX4 Go marine broadband systems to five Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (IFCA) patrol vessels owned by four regional IFCAs. The HubbaX4 Go and Duo models are the latest in the Buzz Marine range, providing a superfast 4G broadband solution to support devices at sea. Up to 32 Wi-Fi devices can connect simultaneously to the flexible HubbaX4 Go unit which is able to operate on the 4G, 3G or 2G networks and provide up to 100Mbps download speed. The Hubbax4 features a high powered MIMO (multiple input and multiple output) antenna which
Buzz Marine provides Fred Olsen with Onboard Wi-Fi Buzz Marine has won the contract to supply 9 of its HubbaX4 Go marine broadband devices for the high speed catamarans of the Fred Olsen ferry fleet which operates between the Canary Islands. The HubbaX4 Go is designed and built specifically for the rigors of the marine environment and will provide a cost effective alternative to maritime satellite communications for the passengers and crew of the ferries, allowing both voice and broadband data connection at sea. The Fred Olsen fleet provides an important high speed link between the islands of the Atlantic archipelago. The
The Case for 3G/4G data at Sea The information age has proved expensive for those who live and work at sea. The burgeoning requirement for internet access in all walks has put increased pressure on owners and operators to provide high speed internet access available to crews and guests on board, but the use of Vsat has until recently proved an expensive and relatively slow solution. Now skippers are turning to the use of shore based mobile networks to deliver the sort of high speed connectivity that users require, and whilst the solution is good it also brings it’s own challenges in
Buzz Introduces the HubbaX4 LTE We are pleased to announce that following the success to the revolutionary Hubba and HubbaX mobile broadband units, we have added a new unit to our range:  the HubbaX4 LTE. This unit can be positioned in the boat's cabin and will work on 2G, 3G and 4G to provide users with the fastest available connection speeds of up to 100Mb per second. The HubbaX4 LTE also allows users to log-on to individual marina Wi-Fi systems to save valuable mobile data. In addition, it has a switch-over facility to operate in conjunction with VSAT systems to ensure vessels are connected to the

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