Iridium Signs Agreement With Sait Communications

Friday, May 04, 2001
Iridium Satellite LLC has signed a non-exclusive agreement with SAIT Communications S.A. to be a top-tier service provider of the only truly global, truly mobile satellite voice and data solution with complete coverage of the Earth's oceans, airways and Polar Regions. SAIT Communications S.A. (Former SAIT RadioHolland) currently provides satellite services for remote maritime, government and military users in Western Europe, the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, Asia Pacific and the Americas. SAIT's agreement with Iridium will enable it to provide its customers with a versatile communications service that will address customers' needs to stay in touch when operating in remote locations around the world. With recognized leadership in key industrial and government markets, 24-hour, seven-day-a-week customer care, and prior experience in providing satellite communication services, SAIT expects to play a significant role in building on Iridium's existing customer base.
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