SatADSL and Andesat partnership provides new opportunities for Spanish speaking South American marke
Satellite services providers will now be able to access Spanish speaking markets throughout South America owing to a new strategic partnership between Brussels-based provider of satellite services SatADSL and the teleport operator Andesat.
Connecting to the Eutelsat 117W satellite, SatADSL will combine capacity from Andesat with its innovative Cloud-based Service Delivery Platform (C-SDP) to provide a full range of flexible satellite services across Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay and parts of South Bolivia via Andesat’s teleports.
SatADSL’s SVP of Business Development, Guillermo Bosch said: “This exciting new strategic alliance creates a wealth of opportunities for bringing enhanced connectivity services to Spanish speaking countries in South America. Partnering with Andesat will bring high-performance, reliable IP access services to parts of the continent where the current pandemic has highlighted a real need for connectivity.”
The new offering will bring corporate business connectivity to customers through SatADSL’s C-SDP, which mitigates the high investment costs traditionally associated with deploying satellite services. The alliance also represents a significant landmark in SatADSL’s efforts to eradicate digital divides around the world and reinforces both companies’ commitments to stimulating social and economic growth via the provision of cost-effective internet access.
Andesat Argentina's GM, Raúl Bardas said: “Our strategic alliance with SatADSL is a major step forward in our mission to bring communications solutions to remote places in Argentina and across Latin America. The current pandemic has further highlighted the importance of connectivity in both rural and urban parts of countries throughout the region. We are therefore delighted to team up with SatADSL and be able to offer high-quality connectivity services to large regions of South America.”