Satellite communications specialist CETel has signed up for 72MHz of capacity on SES’s NSS-7 satellite at 20° West to extend its global corporate and governmental VSAT networks across Africa.
Germany-based CETel provides a number of communications services, including GSM backhaul for customers around the world, with a particular focus on the Middle East, Africa and Europe.
“Demand for satellite capacity in Africa has been increasing in the last few years, and SES, with its global expertise and extensive satellite fleet, has been a reliable partner for us in meeting this demand,” said Guido Neumann, managing director of CETel.
“This latest capacity agreement further enables us to provide tailored solutions and seamless services to our customers in Africa.”
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