A new contract has been awarded to Santander Teleport to provide access to the internet in North Africa. The service -which allows for a dedicated pool of satellite bandwidth to be shared across a number of sites - is enabling key remote locations to have access to the internet via local WiFi networks.
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Beautiful picture just taken out of the Juan Carlos I Spain's Antarctica Base and transmitted using ERZIA's satellite communication VSAT services. Maybe you can see the dome in the picture, where a 2.4m C band redundant system is connecting the base to the rest of the World.
[Via Satellite 06-30-2015] X-band satellite communications company XTAR, in partnership with CopaSAT, Tampa Microwave, MTN and the Santander Teleport is donating satellite communications resources to relief efforts in Nepal following the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck on April 25. The satellite operator is providing no cost space segment through the XTAR-EUR satellite. The Santander Teleport is providing access to its 12 meter X-band hub antenna in Spain, and in Nepal, Tampa Microwave personnel installed a 95 cm X-band manpack terminal in a remote location.
Santander, Spain – May 9th. – Mr. Pedro Sanchez, Presidential Candidate to the Spanish Government and General Secretary of the PSOE Party, visited Santander Teleport yesterday morning. The Federal Political Campaign started yesterday and will last two weeks being the Elections on May 24th.
The PSOE Party started its Campaign in Santander, where Mr. Sanchez asserted that he was “grateful” for this “illustrative visit” and stated that he would like to “bet on a production model based on science, investigation and innovation”.
Santander Teleport and leading satellite operator Arabsat are offering new solutions for large companies seeking to extend and improve their communications needs in Africa. The collaboration will include Santander Teleport ground station facilities, network, and rich knowledge of the communications needs of the enterprise market, particularly in Africa, and Arabsat 5C satellite at 20 degrees East. The goal is to provide our customers in Spain, Portugal and other countries with cost-efficient and reliable communications in Africa.