YahClick, the satellite broadband service from global satellite operator Yahsat and its partner Hughes Network Systems, have collaborated with Universal Satcom Group to provide high-speed broadband services through the Al Yah 2 satellite coverage.
The partnership will provide cost-effective, quick, and secure satellite broadband services to assist new enterprises. This collaboration is to build the concept of cooperative competition, to support the unserved territories throughout the Middle East and Africa markets.
YahClick will provide satellite broadband services to support Universal as an established provider in the market. This will not only help support enterprises within Middle Eastern and African markets to grow and improve their business operations to become more efficient, but it will also provide the underserved and unserved communities across the nation with high-quality connectivity and reliable infrastructure.
Commenting on the partnership, Farhad Khan, CEO of YahClick, said: “YahClick is delighted to partner with Universal Satcom Group to provide secure, reliable and high-speed broadband that can support the growth of enterprises through Al Yah 2 Satellite coverage. We understand the challenges faced with limited satellite connectivity and believe that this partnership with an established and leading operator in the market will allow YahClick to truly support the underserved communities across the Middle East & Africa. With our latest principle of Coopetition, we are keen to build on this new relationship with Universal Satcom Group and bring a truly ubiquitous service that will help accelerate the growth of various enterprises.”
In this partnership, Universal will address the unserved territories through differentiated solutions for satellite coverage and delivery platforms, with YahClick playing a key role in providing innovative solutions to aid this objective.
Reema Omari, CEO of Universal Satcom Group, added: “We are delighted to join expertise with YahClick as we expand our Universal Satnet Broadband Internet services in the Middle East and Africa. This partnership will ensure that SMEs across the regions can continue to operate in-market and overcome daily challenges as they are able to access reliable connectivity and benefit from the high-quality infrastructure provided by us. We are confident that YahClick and Universal Satcom Group will collectively grow in the joint Universal Satnet Broadband Internet service offerings across the regional markets. As part of the agreement, this partnership will also bring synergy to both sides under the newly established joint principle of Cooperative Competition. This is something which we are incredibly enthusiastic about given the previous success of this model in global business, and we look forward to working closely with YahClick moving forward.”