SkyVision Global Networks, a global provider of IP connectivity over satellite and fiber optic systems, has received the AfricaCom 2011 award of Satellite Service Provider of the Year in Africa.
The award was presented at the AfricaCom 2011
awards ceremony in Cape Town, South Africa.
Announcing the winners of this year’s awards, AfricaCom stated that: “SkyVision prides itself on its ability to provide a diverse range of satellite connectivity solutions to meet any demand, expectation, and company need.
In 2011, SkyVision increased its satellite capacity over Africa, enabling it to support growing demand for its ever-increasing portfolio of services and to deliver the most progressive SLA in the market.”
In accepting the award, Doron Ben Sira, CEO of SkyVision, said: “This AfricaCom award for Satellite Service Provider of the Year is not only an endorsement of SkyVision’s success over the last year, it is also a source of inspiration for us to push on to even greater success in the future. SkyVision has a vision for the future of Africa – a future in which reliable connectivity, in even the most remote rural areas, is available at all times. We are confident that we are on the right track to turning that vision into a reality.”
SkyVision offers solutions that combine satellite service platforms with high-capacity fiber optic connections. Through its gateways in Europe, North America, Africa and the Middle East, the company provides IP connectivity with access to the global Internet backbone, as well as an extensive suite of both customized end-to-end solutions and industry-standard services.
With a connectivity network spanning 100 countries, SkyVision’s solutions combine global reach with active local presence and support. SkyVision’s customers include incumbent telecoms, ISPs, cellular operators, global and local enterprises, government entities and NGOs.