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Arabsat to hold its ninth Telecom Forum in Tunis

Posted 6 February 2017 · Add Comment

Arab Satellite Communication Organization (Arabsat) is holding its ninth Telecom Forum in Tunis during the period of 14th -15th February 2017.

This event will provide a platform for Arabsat Customers, Industry experts, technology and service providers to share their views on latest technological trends.

Mueid Al-Zahrani, Arabsat CTO said: “This occasion will be a great opportunity to present our reliable high powered capacity to deliver connectivity services to different verticals over extensive coverages in Middle East, North Africa, North West Africa, Central Asia and South Africa.  Our Future High Throughput Satellites (HTS) that planned to be launched in 2018 will complement existing capacities and supply adequate bandwidth and coverage" 

The 9th Telecom Forum will have various discussion panels, attended by worldwide experts where they will explore, in-depth, a range of issues pertaining to the market needs for Satellite capacity to fulfill the growth of satellite-based broadband solutions, Aeronautical in flight entitlements, HTS applications and GSM Backhaul.

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