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Enhanced connectivity allows World Dream passengers to stream movies, game online and share real-time vacation videos and photos across social media

SES Networks provides ultra-fast Wi-Fi to World Dream

Passengers and crew aboard Dream Cruises' recently introduced second ship, World Dream, are experiencing ultra-fast and consistently reliable high-speed broadband provided by SES Networks.

With the significantly enhanced connectivity, they can stream movies, game online and share real-time vacation videos and photos across social media platforms.

The low-latency connectivity leverages SES’s O3b medium earth orbit satellite constellation and fully managed end-to-end services, enabling a high-performance broadband service that delivers an experience equivalent to that of terrestrial fibre services.

'Partnering with SES Networks is a win-win situation for us. Not only does it enable us to deliver a truly immersive broadband experience to our cruise guests, it also empowers our customers to decide how and when they want to stay connected,' Dream Cruises president Thatcher Brown said.

SES Networks also enables Carnival Corp. & plc's new MedallionNet and Royal Caribbean's VOOM.

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