SES Integrates Satellite with Level 3
Dec 04, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
SES announced it has struck a long-term capacity agreement with Level 3 Communications for the delivery of corporate communications services to businesses across Brazil.
According to a release, Level 3 in Latin America is utilizing 25 MHz of Ku-band capacity aboard SES' new SES-4 satellite to deliver high-speed broadband, and unified and IP communications to small and enterprises in Brazil. The two companies have a long-time business relationship through which they deliver telecom and video solutions to businesses in Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Venezuela and Brazil.
"With support from SES and its people, Level 3 is driving high-speed connectivity and economic growth across Brazil and all of Latin America," said Matias Heinrich, Level 3's Senior Vice President of Operations for Latin America. "We are committed to delivering state-of-the-art communications services to corporations across the region, and the excellent coverage of SES-4 is helping us to bring a wide range of enterprise solutions and connectivity services to our customers."
"This latest agreement between SES and Level 3 reflects the escalating demand for high-speed broadband and corporate network services throughout Latin America," said Dolores Martos, Vice President of Sales Latin American and Caribbean for SES. "Level 3 in Latin America is a true innovator and a leading provider of telecommunications solutions. We are dedicated to supporting Level 3 across the region."
SES is a satellite operator with a fleet of 52 geostationary satellites.
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