Geolink Provides VSAT Services in Congo

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Wednesday, July 31, 2013
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Geolink Satellite Services, part of CETel group, a specialist providing a wide array of communications to the oil and gas industry, has won a contract to install a stabilized antenna at the customer’s offshore floating platform in Congo.

The system is designed to operate in calm and rough waters while maintaining a high quality connection for Internet and voice communication. The service is monitored by the Geolink Satellite Services NOC, and local support is provided by Geolink Satellite Services partner in Pointe-Noire. Thanks to its web interface solution, Geolink Board, every customer can monitor the performance of its link and can instantly retrieve real-time information on network traffic, status reports and usage statistics.

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