Sait-Stento Goes Inland With Satcom

Thursday, November 09, 2000
Sait-Stento has expanded its satellite communication services to address the communication needs of onshore users in addition to its maritime user base. The company's services include traffic accounting activities, airtime selling and value added services. Adding on to this will be ISDN high-speed data technology. Sait-Stento's Airtime Services Business Unit (ATS) is launching a special program for mobile users and telecommunication operators called M4Land, which is one of the largest Inmarsat providers in the world.
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