Companies Partner for Satellite Broadband Service in Iraq, Afghanistan
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 | Comments

A new low-cost satellite broadband service will be launched across Iraq and Afghanistan as SatADSL, a provider of professional very small aperture terminal (VSAT) services via satellite, and Talia agreed to expand their long-term partnership.

The two companies’ agreement lets SatADSL link directly to Talia’s teleport to provide services across the whole of Africa, with Talia’s equipment providing high performance and low cost per Megabit. Under the new deal, SatADSL will also be able to access Talia’s new platform in Jordan Media City, enabling it to offer Ka-band services across Iraq and Afghanistan.

“We are taking our relationship with Talia to the next level by using its facilities to offer our innovative services across Iraq and Afghanistan,” said Caroline De Vos, co-founder and chief operations officer at SatADSL. “The use of Ka-band high throughput satellite capacity, combined with Talia’s equipment means the services we provide can be quickly and easily installed by users and offered at an extremely competitive price, taking a significant step towards bridging the digital divide.”

The platform enables operators to deliver a full range of satellite-based connectivity services without investing in physical infrastructure. SatADSL expects to have worldwide coverage by the end of the year.

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