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Azercosmos collaborates with CommsCarrier

As part of the agreement, governmental organisations of the Republic of Kenya will use Azerspace-2 satellite to provide internet services.

Azerbaijan’s satellite operator Azercosmos has signed a collaboration agreement on long-term projects with CommCarrier Satellite Services Limited, the provider of satellite services in the Republic of Kenya.

Based on the agreement, internet services by Azerspace-2 satellite will be provided to government organisations of the Republic of Kenya.

CommCarrier company will serve its partners in the East and Central Africa region by means of the Ku band of the Azerspace-2 satellite.

Commenting on the deal, Fuad Aslanov, Deputy Chairman of Azercosmos, said: “We are pleased that our satellite services are provided to governments and private institutions in the African region. CommCarrier is a reliable partner for the region, and we have already speeded up our work processes on promising business projects.”

Giri Babu, Director of CommCarrier, added: “Thanks to our cooperation with Azercosmos, the capabilities of the Azerpsace-2 satellite, especially in Central and East Africa, will give us the opportunity to successfully meet the growing demand of our customers.”