UAE-based global satellite operator, YahClick, the leading satellite broadband service, Yahsat and its partner, Hughes Network Systems, has announced the start of a strategic partnership with iSAT, a market-leading teleport, satellite, and terrestrial network operator in Nigeria.
Under the agreement, Lagos-based iSAT is committed to capacity on Yahsat’sKa-band Al Yah 3 satellite that was launched 2018.
The announcement came on day one of this year’s NigeriaCom, which took place in Lagos recently, where YahClick was a gold sponsor.
The arrangement aims to provide iSAT’s customers in Nigeria with a tightly integrated, tailor-made solution to accommodate the changing demands and trends of the market.
The addition of Ka-band HTS satellite services to ISAT’s portfolio reinforces ISAT’s positioning as a market leader providing hybrid solutions and using relevant technology driven by customer demand.
Mr Yomi Oluremekun, Channels Manager at iSAT, said “This addition to our portfolio builds on our strong and growing relationship with satellite operators.
This further extends our infrastructure and network operations, enabling the delivery of reliable, protected, and secure communications to our customers.”
This agreement is yet another example of YahClick’s rapid growth on the continent, which was further accelerated by the launch of our third satellite last year, which added 19 new markets to our existing footprint in Africa.
“We are thrilled iSAT believes in our connectivity solutions, team capabilities and commitment to the delivery of customised, bespoke services.”
As part of the agreement, iSAT will have access to YahClick’s latest virtual network operator (VNO) services Commenting on this, Brown added, “Having full control and management over their own capacity delivers flexibility, while providing them with high-speed, economical Ka-band capacity.
In addition, iSAT will be supported by our expert technical team to offer far-reaching broadband coverage across Nigeria.”