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SatADSL partners ABS in Southeast Asia

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Satellite service provider SatADSL, has announced a new partnership with ABS, a global satellite operator.

The partnership bolsters SatADSL’s continued expansion as it provides global satellite services and supports SatADSL’s global satellite solutions through its neXat platform. Specifically, neXat mitigates the challenges previously associated with satellite connectivity, even in remote locations.  

“This is an exciting partnership and another industry vote of confidence in our services. ABS is a fantastic partner to have in Southeast Asia and we’re proud to see that the industry is aware of the value we provide," said Rajeev Nair, senior VP of Asia-Pacific at SatADSL.

"With ABS, we hope to create opportunities for bringing enhanced connectivity services to Southeast Asia, where we believe this partnership is in a continuation of the good work we have been doing in the region.”

The neXat platform is a complete OSS/BSS in the cloud that acts as an intermediary platform between the teleport, hub operators and the marketplace.

It offers its partners access to SatADSL’s network of resellers across four continents. With the new service offerings from ABS’ Southeast Asia satellite beams, SatADSL will further expand into the region and deliver connectivity solutions to customers.

 “We are thrilled about this alliance and the value that SatADSL brings to the table especially in terms of their fair use policy and voucher services," said Patrick M. French, executive vice president of global business development & strategy at ABS.

"Connecting to the ABS-2A Southeast Asia beam, the neXat platform is a powerful and convenient tool that supports a wide range of satellite services across this region.”

In related news, earlier this year SatADSL and Telespazio formed a new connectivity partnership in which Telespazio Brazil offer their connectivity via SatADSL’s Cloud-service Delivery Platform (C-SDP) and the Yahsat3 satellite, providing 26 Ka-band spot beams supported by ST Engineering technology.