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Reinforcing long term partnership through first-time delivery of Ka-band services by Liquid Intelligent Technologies (www.Liquid.Tech); showcasing the appeal of EUTELSAT KONNECT in Sub-Saharan Africa to support telecom operators in bridging the digital divide; introducing a ground station in South Africa, helping expanding local coverage to secure and create new business opportunities. Eutelsat Communications and Liquid...

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Luxembourg-based satellite group SES is in merger talks with US rival Intelsat, the Financial Times has claimed. The talks could be complicated since the two are current in a $9 billion legal battle. With the UK’s low earth orbiter OneWeb pondering a possible merger with its multi-orbit French peer Eutelsat pondering, analysts say convergence is...

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Nigeria is Africa’s largest telecommunications market. This high-potential market attracts foreign investors in a context marked by strong demand for broadband connectivity and the acceleration of digital transformation. After obtaining the approval of the Nigerian authorities, the Internet satellite network Starlink of the American company SpaceX will begin to officially provide its services in Nigeria from...

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The growth trend observed in the global connectivity market is expected to continue over the next few years. Many operators are already positioning themselves accordingly to take advantage of this growth and the resulting strong demand for high-speed connectivity. French satellite operator Eutelsat Communications is making progress in its merger project with its British rival OneWeb. The...

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According to the GSMA, 300 million people do not benefit from mobile broadband coverage in sub-Saharan Africa. Connecting these populations presents excellent opportunities for telecom service providers. Phase3 Telecom, a company specializing in the provision of aerial fiber optic network infrastructure and telecommunications services, will provide low latency satellite broadband services in Nigeria. To this end, the...

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According to the World Association of Telephone Operators, 206 million inhabitants of Sub-Saharan Africa were not covered at all by a mobile network in 2020. The Rwandan government wants to bet on satellite to accelerate penetration telecom services. The Rwanda Space Agency (RSA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Global Satellite Operators Association (GSOA)...

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Avanti Communications, which provides satellite data communications services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and Free Senegal have signed a five-year partnership agreement under which Free will build and host a new satellite gateway in the country for Avanti’s HYLAS 4 Ka-band satellite. The gateway will extend HYLAS 4’s coverage to Senegal and the neighbouring West African countries...

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Driven by the population’s need for broadband, the satellite connectivity segment continues to develop in Nigeria. Viasat, which obtained the approval of the authorities last year to start its activities in the country, is giving itself the weapons to impose itself on this very disputed market.  The satellite telecom services operator Viasat will rely on the...