SkyVision Global Network Ltd. Launches its new corporate voice, data and video service connectivity over satellite and fibre optics
| By Maureen Chigbo | Jun. 17, 2013 @ 01:00 GMT
SkyVision Global Networks Ltd; a leading global provider of IP, wants to expand its corporate services into a fast-growing oil and gas industry in Africa, and in particular, Nigeria. The company used the opportunity provided by the three-day Nigeria Oil and Gas Technology, NOGTech, Conference 2013, which started Monday, June 4, to launch its new corporate voice, data and video service connectivity over satellite and fiber optic systems.
The NOGTech 2013, Nigeria’s fourth annual oil and gas technology exhibition and conference, is strategically positioned to bring together government ministries, industry stakeholders and key oil and gas professionals. Participation in this important event is part of SkyVision’s efforts to expand its operation in the country.
At NOGTech 2013, SkyVision’s Nigerian team showcased SkyVision Active – business continuity series and other new solutions suited to the oil and gas industry as well as other corporate markets. With the promise of quality connectivity, SkyVision Active will provide these large corporates bodies with cost-effective and reliable connectivity services for on-demand bandwidth. This includes licensed satellite services and fiber optic communications for enhanced voice, data and video for services, both on- and off-shore service with ad hoc fly away and stabilised antennas.
For over a decade, SkyVision has focused on the Nigerian market, with the establishment of hubs and PoPs in Lagos and Abuja to provide seamless fiber/VSAT connectivity for customers in the region.
Doron Ben Sira, SkyVision’s chief executive officer, said: “As a longstanding local provider, SkyVision is proud to be participating in this important industry event in Lagos. We welcome this opportunity to strengthen our support for local oil and gas customers in the region, and enable them to improve their productivity and network security. This exhibition provides the opportunity to showcase our latest services and further SkyVision’s commitment to reliable network coverage in Nigeria,” he added.
SkyVision is a leading global IP telecommunication service provider to emerging markets, offering solutions that combine satellite service platforms with high-capacity fiber optic connections. Through its gateways in Europe, North America, Africa and the Middle East, the company provides IP connectivity with access to the global Internet backbone, as well as an extensive suite of both customised end-to-end solutions and industry-standard services. With a network spanning 100 countries, SkyVision’s solutions combine global reach with active local presence and support. SkyVision’s customers include incumbent telecoms, ISPs, cellular operators, global and local enterprises, government entities and NGOs.