NSSLGlobal Expands

(Press Release)
Thursday, June 07, 2012

Global satellite communications provider NSSLGlobal has announced the latest step in the continued development of their DVB2-RCS Network; with new coverage areas increasing the footprint of the network in East Africa and South America.

The new coverage areas are provided by the SES-4 satellite. Two new beams will be operated out of NSSLGlobal’s Jacksonville Hub; the first providing comprehensive coverage around South America, the second covering the territories of North Africa, including The Gulf of Aden, Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya and the south of Sudan.

NSSLGlobal operates a fully global DVBS2-RCS Network, providing cutting edge communications solutions. The addition of these new coverage areas is part of NSSLGlobal’s programme of continued technological investment in the service and reach of its network. All aimed at providing customers with cost effective, high-speed and reliable communications solutions that meet their ever-increasing bandwidth demands.

Sally-Anne Ray, Chief Operating Officer at NSSLGlobal comments: “At NSSLGlobal we are committed to the ongoing development of our network. These new spot beams provide coverage in two of the world’s fastest growing territories; the improved coverage in South America and East Africa will ensure that NSSLGlobal is fully equipped to meet increasing coverage needs of our customers.”



 

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