Marlink and ARABSAT Strengthen Partnership to Enhance Satellite Connectivity in EMEA

By leveraging the enhanced C-band satellite connectivity provided by ARABSAT, Marlink can effectively meet these demands and enable organizations to operate seamlessly in even the most remote and challenging locations across Africa and the Middle East.

Marlink, a leading provider of satellite communications and digital solutions, has announced the extension of their partnership with ARABSAT to deliver expanded C-band satellite connectivity across the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region. This strategic agreement will enable ARABSAT to enhance the bandwidth capacity of Marlink’s network, which serves a wide range of industries including energy, mining, and humanitarian and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) operating in Africa and the Middle East.

The increased bandwidth capacity provided by ARABSAT will meet the growing demand for online business applications, cloud access, and digital services, ensuring that customers have access to a reliable and seamless user experience. This development comes as businesses in the EMEA region increasingly rely on satellite connectivity to support their critical operations and digital transformation initiatives.

Marlink has established itself as a trusted partner in delivering satellite communication services to industries operating in remote and challenging environments. By extending their partnership with ARABSAT, Marlink strengthens its position as a leading provider of high-quality, secure, and scalable connectivity solutions across the EMEA region.

The collaboration between Marlink and ARABSAT will play a crucial role in supporting the connectivity needs of various sectors. In the energy and mining industries, reliable satellite connectivity is essential for remote site operations, enabling efficient data transfer, remote monitoring, and ensuring the safety of personnel. Humanitarian and NGO organizations rely on satellite connectivity to deliver vital services, support emergency response efforts, and connect isolated communities to essential resources.

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