SES, the provider of global content connectivity solutions, granted Gilat Satellite Networks a multi-million-dollar contract for multiple broadband applications in Latin America.
Gilat's multi-service platform will support SES in the cellular backhauling, enterprise, and Universal Service Obligation projects, as SES extends services into Latin America with the deployment on new regional hubs.
According to a press release, Gilat's multi-service single platform, SkyEdge II-c, and its wide set of fine-tuned VSATs enable satellite connectivity across Latam's most remote regions.
Gilat's networks enable cellular backhaul for mobile operators, connectivity for government and enterprise applications, and multiple education projects in support of closing the gap of the digital divide, it said.
"SES has been innovating its ground and space-based technologies to optimize our services and extend any networks wherever they are needed. These projects in Latin America exemplify the long-term, global nature of the relationship between Gilat and SES," said Omar Trujillo, Vice President of Sales for Fixed Data Americas at SES Networks. "Gilat's presence in Latin America with its local delivery capabilities including site installation, field support, and technological leadership, have supported SES Networks in ensuring that even the most remote populations across Latin America receive high-quality service."
"This award further signifies the strong strategic relationship between Gilat and SES Networks and will enable to provide connectivity for multiple applications as required in Latin America," said Michal Aharonov, Senior Vice President Global Broadband Networks at Gilat.