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Friday, May 25, 2012

SkyVision launches VSAT hub in South Africa


Acclaimed leader in global provider of Internet Protocol (IP) connectivity over satellite and fibre optic networks throughout Africa, SkyVision Global Networks Ltd, has launched its new iDirect Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) hub service for South Africa.
Marketing Communications Manager, SkyVision Global Networks, Iris Tovim, stated in a press statement that this offering would be operated by SkyVision Networks South Africa (Pty) Ltd., SkyVision Global Network’s local subsidiary.
Toyim also said, the establishment of SkyVision Networks South Africa and the teleport and local VSAT hub it operates is the latest strategic move SkyVision has taken in order to expand its African footprint.
This offering, the company said will enable it respond to Africa's need for high quality communication services over fibre, wireless and satellite.
The new iDirect Hub in Johannesburg, Toyim further said, supports the latest iDX 3.1 iDirect release, and takes full advantage of the Amos 5 satellite with its coverage of southern and sub-Saharan Africa.
“This will allow SkyVision to offer cost effective and highly reliable VSAT services for South African companies and organizations,” Toyim said, stressing that SkyVision offers a range of VSAT satellite routers, including the latest iDirect X1, data rates and services in order to accommodate each customer’s specific needs.

Remmy Nweke

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1 comment:

Africa media website said...

The establishment of Skyvision Networks South Africa (pty) Ltd.Furthermore the teleport and neighborhood VSAT HUB it operates is the most recent vital move Skyvision has taken keeping in mind the end goal to extend its African footprint.This offering will empower the company to react to Africa's requirement for excellent correspondence benefits over fiber,wireless and satellite.Thank you.
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