NewSat Australia Attending the AITEC East Africa ICT Summit 2012

Top Quote Australian satellite communications specialist will be attending the AITEC Summit 2012 in Kenta to discuss the increasing role of satellites to the region's emerging ICT industry, capable of supporting widespread IT-enabled services. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 17, 2012 - NewSat Ltd will be attending the AITEC East Africa ICT Summit 2012 hosted by Kenya, from October 24 - 25, to be held at the Oshwal Centre in Nairobi. The event is expect to draw key leaders and organizations of the ICT industry not only in Kenya but all across East Africa.

    The AITEC Summit's theme - Smart cities > smart societies > smart enterprises - will focus on the region as an emerging center of IT-enable services. It will serve as a forum for market growth, highlighting the increase of business to business services with widespread consumer engagement. The event will also be a platform to discuss the increased role of satellite communications in assisting the IT infrastructure in Kenya and East Africa. The African continent has seen remarkable growth in demand for satellite capacity over the last 5 years.

    NewSat Ltd's Regional Head Steve Rich will be attending the summit to discuss the company's Jabiru Satellite Program - a fleet of Ka band satellites which will deliver new capacity to high-demand regions like Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The first vessel, the Jabiru 1, is already under construction.

    If you would like to meet with Steve Rich to inquire on the Jabiru Satellite Program or any of the company's present satellite communications capabilities, you can email at events ( @) newsat dot com or call 61 3 9647 4688

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