The victory of Andrea Mura at Rome x1 created important echoes in the Italian press.
Sardinian navigator landed the boat on water, an Open 50 designer Ferns, on March 18 in Cagliari and by April 13, he is already the winner of the first race.
Ubiquity Vento di Sardegna is the name of the Open 50, fastest in the world, a truly “historic boat”.
Andrea is famous for his racing victories, such as Luis Vuitton Cup in 1988, “Route de Rhum” in 2010, and the position of “Sailor of the Year” in 2011 and 2014.
The latest of his many oceanic successes is the victory of the Route de Rhum in 2014, the first place in the mono-hull category.
This year’s season began with Ubiquity, the new name given to the boat after the company that sponsors the navigator from Cagliari.
The company has always believed in Mura and supported the oceanic challenges in 2013, but now is even more committed to stand by him and support him.
This is because Ubiquity itself, a bit like Andrea, is about to challenge the ocean of the foreign messaging market.
Ubiquity, an Italian OLO (Other Licensed Operators) located in Milan, has gained leadership in the world of Italian messaging thanks to its SMS Alert service. Only in 2015, the messages handled by Ubiquity were 725.5 million, 31% higher compared to the previous year.
Now, in 2016 Ubiquity broadens its horizons, exploring new lands and providing new services. Thanks to partnerships with giants like Oracle, Ubiquity is acquiring foreign clients, expanding its “territory”.
And thanks to its leadership in the mobile finance world, Ubiquity has opened another office in Switzerland, in Manno, near Lugano.
Ubiquity and Andrea Mura, a winning combination!