Through its Cloud-based Service Delivery Platform (C-SDP), SatADSLs internet packages offering will be made accessible to its Central Asian customers through Azerspace-1.
Azercosmos, which operates the Azerspace-1 & Azerspace-2 satellites and Belgian satellite service provider SatADSL, have announced a new partnership agreement, under which SatADSL will provide internet access using the Central Asian beam of the Azerspace-1 satellite.
Through its Cloud-based Service Delivery Platform (C-SDP), SatADSLs internet packages offering will be made accessible to its Central Asian customers through Azerspace-1, as well as to all the 14 teleports already connected to the C-SDP around the globe.
SatADSL now provides satellite connectivity across five continents, including Central & South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia, with its platform deployed in over 45 countries.
Remarking on the contract, Mark Guthrie, Chief Commercial Officer, Azercosmos said: Our partnership with SatADSL demonstrates the high-quality service that Azercosmos provides to its customers and partners. We are pleased to collaborate with SatADSL and believe that this will open up new opportunities and projects that will be mutually beneficial in the upcoming years. To which Thierry Eltges, co-Founder and CEO, SatADSL, added: This exciting new strategic alliance creates a wealth of opportunities for bringing enhanced connectivity services to East Europe & Russia. Partnering with Azercosmos will bring high-performance, reliable IP access services to parts of the continent where reliable connectivity remains a big challenge.