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CETel to highlight maritime VSAT services at CABSAT 2013

At CABSAT 2013, the Germany-based teleport and satellite service provider, CETel GmbH, will be showcasing the company’s maritime VSAT services on C- and Ku-bands.
CETel teleport in Germany

At CABSAT 2013, the Germany-based teleport and satellite service provider, CETel GmbH, will be showcasing the company’s maritime VSAT services on C- and Ku-bands. Speaking to SatellitePro ME, Meike Langer, Director Marketing & Sales, stated: “Our partners who are service providers in the region, are able to serve private vessels, fishing fleets, cruise ships as well as oil and gas companies. The end-to-end communications solution for maritime VSAT provided via the state-of-the-art CETel Teleport in Germany is supplemented with backup from mobile satellite services based on Inmarsat, Iridium or Thuraya platforms.”

“We will also highlight the contract we have on Arabsat 5a for a full 36 MHz transponder”- Meike Langer, Director Marketing & Sales

Highligting the new deals with Arab broadcasters and satellite service providers, Langer revealed: “We will be showcasing our IPTV project with the Ministry of an African country. We are also service providers to Skystream. We offer the Dubai-based company hub hosting and teleport service operations on two different Ku- and C-band satellites for maritime VSAT services as well as the oil and  gas sector. At CABSAT, we will draw attention to the turnkey satellite communication network that we have established for on- and offshore rigs. We will also highlight the contract we have on Arabsat 5a for a full 36 MHz transponder.”

Commenting on the 2013 plans for the Middle East broadcast and satellite sectors, Langer stated: “We are aiming to strengthen our expertise and expand further in the oil and gas sector across the Middle East. At the same time, we are planning to expand our Middle East office in order to enlarge and secure our presence and enhance our working relations with our customers in this region.”