Supernet, Pakistan’s leading satellite network service provider, announced today a multi-year multi-million dollar contract renewal with SES, a satellite operator offering satellite communication services to operators worldwide.
The deal will see Supernet contract C-band capacity on the SES NSS-12 satellite at the prime orbital location of 57 degrees East. This satellite capacity, coupled with Supernet’s system integration capabilities, provides a high quality GSM backhaul services to Pakistan’s leading mobile operators.
The capacity is expected to further improve network coverage in Pakistan by providing voice and data signals to remote mountainous areas in the northern region and hard to reach southern regions.
Hamid Nawaz, COO Supernet Limited, stated: “SES is a trusted partner and an industry leader. We and our customers are extremely satisfied with the performance of the NSS-12 satellite throughout our networks. We are happy to enhance our relationship with SES as we continue to provide world class cellular backhaul solutions in Pakistan and in the region.”
Deepak Mathur, Senior Vice President Commercial, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East at SES, said: “We have been working with Supernet since 2010 and are delighted to be able to support their growth, as the cellular industry continues to enjoy tremendous growth across Pakistan. Supernet will be able to benefit from the great location of NSS-12 to enable the delivery of voice and data to underserved markets and rural areas in the country.”
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