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The government of Ethiopia is considering a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to build its first communications satellite that is expected to cost over USD 350 million. Speaking to The Reporter on Wednesday, November 18, 2020, Director of the Ethiopian Space Science Technology Institute, Abdissa Yilma reiterated the government’s urgent demand to build and launch a communications satellite within...

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Access to satellite Internet will surge in remote areas of Africa by the end of the year. The Eutelsat Konnect satellite entered service on November 16, 2020. Expected by several Internet connectivity providers, it will help make 2021 a turning point in fixed broadband. On November 16, 2020, the satellite telecom operator Eutelsat Communications announced the...

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The Agency for Air Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar, ASECNA , has started to broadcast a SBAS (Satellite-Based Augmentation System) signal over Africa & Indian Ocean (AFI) region, providing the first SBAS open service in this part of the world via NIGCOMSAT-1R Satellite (managed and operated by Nigerian Communications Satellite Ltd.) International public organisation...

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Eutelsat Communications and Paratus, have signed a multi-year distribution agreement to bring high quality network connectivity to South Africa. Paratus will leverage the unprecedented operational flexibility and power of EUTELSAT KONNECT, the new-generation high throughput satellite to bring connectivity to remote and rural locations across South Africa to businesses operating in farming, game farms and...

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Spacecom , operator of the AMOS satellites fleet, and Gilat Telecom, a connectivity service provider, have announced a collaboration “to develop a faster, more reliable and more cost-effective satellite service for organisations of all sizes across Africa.” The service uses Spacecom’s AMOS-17 fully digital and advanced High Throughput Satellite (HTS) on both C and Ku...

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Telecom Namibia has upgraded its VSAT hub to ensure faster and reliable connectivity for users in remote areas and will soon begin deploying remote terminals to various areas across the country following successful pilot installations. Lukas Shuuya, Acting Chief Technical Information Officer, noted in a press release that the VSAT service, dubbed ‘Satlink’, is an ideal solution for those...