SkyVision connecting more African businesses

June 20, 2011 • Mobile and Telecoms

SkyVision Global Networks to expand their fiber-optical coverage

SkyVision Global Networks Limited, a global provider of Internet Protocol (IP) connectivity over satellite and fiber optic systems, has showcased its latest offerings during the recently concluded West and Central AfricaCom 2011 in Senegal as part of its on-going strategy to expand its corporate services throughout Africa.

Among its newest services in the region are SkyVision VPN (Virtual Private Network), a customised satellite-based virtual private network, fully customised private network connectivity solutions combining satellite and fiber to enable African enterprises to connect and collaborate with remote branches.

Doron Ben Sira, chief executive officer of SkyVision, said as the company extends its footprint in a number of countries in Africa, it is committed in providing more customers with reliable, innovative solutions at highly competitive prices.

“With this latest offering, SkyVision is closer than ever to its market and proud to provide an even wider range of solutions designed to meet every customer need,” he stated.

Ben Sira affirmed that SkyVision’s corporate solutions, supported by local hubs in Kenya , Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo, with plans for additional hubs in the region, are fully scalable and designed to integrate quickly and easily into terrestrial and wireless communication networks.

Providing both end-to-end and hybrid solutions, these new corporate offerings add to SkyVision’s existing connectivity services which includes SkyVision DVB/SCPC and Inclined Orbit DVB/SCPC, SkyVision Combi, SkyVision Advantage and SkyVision Cellular Backhaul.

By Bimbo Omitooki

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