UltiSat Deploying UltiNet™ Gold Service for Prominent NGO
UltiSat, Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end managed satellite network solutions, has extended support to a prominent Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) by deploying its UltiNet™ Gold service throughout the Middle East Africa (MEA) region. UltiNet™ is a comprehensive portfolio of integrated satellite, wireless and information security products and services enabling high value, SLA-based, C and/or Ku-band connectivity to end users in remote and harsh territories almost anywhere on the planet.
UltiNet™ Platinum and Gold packages are available for immediate use, with 95% and 80% global coverage for each, respectively. For this NGO customer, UltiNet™ Gold service will initially be deployed in sub-Saharan African countries as a broadband connectivity solution via high-power Ku-band beams supported by 1-meter and 1.2-meter fixed, quickdeploy and auto-deploy terminals. The new capabilities will enable a variety of emerging usage applications demanded by the NGO market including cloud applications, Internet access, staff morale and welfare, emergency response, and backup connectivity scenarios.
“UltiNet™ Gold adds a new level of flexibility when budgeting and planning for NGO missions in challenging territories,” stated Moe Abutaleb, CEO of UltiSat. “The products and services implemented for this customer can be easily replicated and expanded to support other organizations operating in the MEA region in a very cost effective manner. One important appeal of this offering is the flexibility given to our customers to add or remove sites or switch from given data rates and/or contention ratios with ease as their mission and organizational needs evolve over time. In fact, UltiSat has established this capability specifically to support the elasticity needs of our NGO and government end users in emerging markets.”
Laura Moreno-Davis, MBA
Director of Marketing