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Hispasat launches internet access solution

Hispasat has presented business models it has developed to bring broadband satellite to rural areas in Brazil. The company has also showcased a set of satellite terminals designed for mobility solutions, security sector, emergency services and the IoT.

In conjunction with Facebook, Hispasat has launched an internet access solution that aims at providing broadband connectivity to Brazil’s rural zones.

With this solution, Hispasat aims to provide internet access to all regions that lack ground-based telecommunications networks. This solution is suited to the needs and budgets of users through a prepaid pass system.

The project is based on installing satellite WiFi points in different towns. 

At its stand at Satellite 2019, Hispasat has showcased a set of satellite terminals for mobility solutions, security sector, emergency services and the IoT, among others. The company has presented the Smartellite portable terminal by hiSKy, which can establish reasonably priced satellite communications for voice and data services in any location.

Hispasat has also showcased other solutions like the MicroSAT L/M mobile terminal by the company GetSAT, based on its InterFlat technology. The terminal can broadcast and receives satellite signals and is suitable for critical missions and security environments.

The company also showcased its Ovzon T5 terminal which is intended for applications such as emergency services, protecting critical infrastructures, security sectors and broadcasting. The Ovzon Ku band terminal can be transported as an integrated battery.