DigitalSkys launches at Cabsat

New satellite vendor DigitalSkys launched in the region at this year’s Cabsat. Targeting what it sees as a US$5billion business, the company will provide last mile satellite solutions as well as long-reach Wi-Fi and pre-WiMax radio-based solutions for longer range outdoor connectivity.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  March 17, 2005

New satellite vendor DigitalSkys launched in the region at this year’s Cabsat. Targeting what it sees as a US$5billion business, the company will provide last mile satellite solutions as well as long-reach Wi-Fi and pre-WiMax radio-based solutiosn for longer range outdoor connectivity. DigitalSkys has signed a deal with Kuwait-based broadband solutions company Falconstream, which will give the vendor access to solutions firm’s satellite network, which includes the NSS-6 and NSS-7 global satellites. “This strategic partnership is about securing the future expansion of DigitalSkys,” says Charles D’Alberto, CEO for DigitalSkys. “There’s a limited amount of satellite space available and this helps make sure that our growth will not be slowed by a lack of access.” The vendor also participated at the recent Middle East Oil & Gas Show and Conference in Bahrain. DigitalSkys was the only telecommunications company featured at the show, and gained access to many potential clients, as the firm specialises in communication and between remote locations. DigitalSkys was also the show's internet service provider.

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