Knut FjellheimChief Technology Innovation Officer (CTIO)

Research & Development
Chief Technology Innovation Officer (CTIO)

A founding member of Maritime Communications Partner (MCP), now Telenor Maritime and 100% owned by Telenor since 2006. Knut has more than 25 years’ experience within the technical mobile and data communications industry, and is a driving force of the 3rd wave of digital innovation at sea.

Ever at the forefront of new technology, Knut continues to facilitate the growth of Telenor Maritime’s business according to company strategies and objectives. He is leading and optimising the Research & Development department at Telenor Maritime to create new, sustainable business opportunities for our customers and partners worldwide.

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Knut Fjellheim´s articles:

Maritime digital communications for a sustainable future

Knut Fjellheim, Chief Technology Innovation Officer and Morten Aarvik, Sales Manager, IoT & Digitalization at Telenor Maritime in Norway talk about digitizing the marine industry.

Shippax 2021

Telenor Maritime is attending the major ferry conference Shippax, as both speaker and sponsor. This year, The popular two-day conference is hosted on board DFDS Pearl Seaways, sailing between Copenhagen and Oslo. The conference attracts between 400-500 delegates from the ferry industry around the world.

Maritime Communications Partner Appoints New CEO

MCP’s Board of Directors has appointed Frode Støldal as new CEO for the Telenor subsidiary. Under his leadership, MCP will strengthen its position as a preferred global supplier of the most innovative maritime communications solutions.

Lars Erik Lunøe appointed CEO of Telenor Maritime

Telenor Maritime’s Board of Directors has appointed Lars Erik Lunøe as CEO of Telenor Maritime. He will take up his new role as of February 1, 2019.


Telenor Maritime is today a truly global connectivity provider at sea, with a strong presence in maritime digitalisation. It all started as Maritime Communications Partner (MCP) in 2002.