Oman wireless operator Nawras has taken capacity on SES’s NSS-6 satellite at 95° East to provide services including GSM backhaul and broadband across the Sultanate, including rural areas.
Nawras is an integrated services telecommunications operator serving about two million customers throughout Oman.
“Satellite is an important component in our network, as it caters for voice and Internet services in hard to reach locations,” said Wolfgang Wemhoff, chief technology officer of Nawras.
“We have a trusted partner in SES, where we are assured of a robust and reliable service and the best technical solution, as well as a dedicated local team which understands the dynamics and specific requirements of our business here in Oman.”
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