10 Mar 2016

Satellite service coverage to expand in Pakistan

SpeedCast International, a global satellite communications and network service provider, has announced a multi-million dollar agreement with Multinet Pakistan Pvt, a terrestrial connectivity service provider in Pakistan, which enables Multinet to add satellite communications solutions to its private network solution offerings. With support from SpeedCast, Multinet can expand its service coverage to the most remote areas of Pakistan via satellite.

In this multi-year service agreement, SpeedCast will provide Multinet enterprise connectivity based on the new generation satellite communications technology. To support the required connectivity and service level to the end users, SpeedCast will deploy two iDirect Hubs in Pakistan. Backed by SpeedCast’s infrastructure, Multinet can now offer reliable connectivity to the most remote areas of Pakistan.

“Multinet always thrives to provide premium communication services to its customers regardless of locational constraints. We see great value in working with SpeedCast as our trustworthy business partner to expand our stretch to remote areas in the country to provide high quality VSAT services,” commented Adnan Asdar Ali, Chief Executive Officer, Multinet Pakistan Pvt, Limited.

“At SpeedCast, we see customer success as one of our key driving values,” said Pierre-Jean Beylier, CEO of SpeedCast. “In the past ten years, we were honoured to work in Pakistan to provide robust and efficient connectivity solutions. Now we are thrilled that our partnership with Multinet will enable our valued customer to roll out its new satellite communications solutions to Pakistan.”

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