O’Plus Telecom, a satellite telecommunications company in Kazakhstan has joined the IEC Telecom Group.
Recently re-branded O’Plus Telecom has operated since 2001 under the name Thuraya Kazakhstan. The company reportedly offers a wide range of solutions to the military, security organisations, oil and gas, maritime, UN, government entities and corporate enterprises.
“Since IEC Telecom Group acquired O’Plus Telecom in April 2013, O’Plus has become a Thuraya Gold Partner”
Elaborating on the new solutions and services to be offered by O’Plus Telecom, Nabil Ben Soussia, Managing Director, Safa Telecom (Abu Dhabi office), a regional office for IEC Telecom, stated: “Since IEC Telecom Group acquired O’Plus Telecom in April 2013, O’Plus has become a Thuraya Gold Partner. Our clients will benefit from better support and stronger partnership with Thuraya.”
IEC Telecom group reportedly delivers corporate-grade satellite telecommunications and their multiple applications on a global basis, with facilities across Europe ( Paris, Bristol and Oslo ) Africa ( Pointe-Noire), the Middle East (Dubai and Abu Dhabi ), Central Asia (Kabul and Almaty) and South-east Asia (Singapore).
Highlighting the company’s expertise, Nabil Ben Soussia stated: “Trained engineering and technical staff in these strategic locations provide mobile and fixed satellite communications systems with ongoing support to oil and gas companies, NGO’s, government, UN, corporate bodies and the media.
“O’plus will be drawing upon IEC Telecom’s experience and offer solutions developed in-house for operations ranging from survey, exploration and drilling. With customised and flexible solutions, we can offer crew calling services, secure VPN access through satellite, solutions for mobile operations and compression and optimisation of bandwidth, among other solutions. Along with that, our customers can benefit from a powerful billing tool helping them to control their budget and better manage their operations. ”