Arabsat, the leading satellite services provider in the Arab world, announced a strategic partnership and cooperation agreement with Fixed Solutions and EgyptSat. This initiative will enhance the commercial relationship between the three parties, leveraging the different services of Arabsat satellites.
This trio-deal will enhance access to remote areas by taking advantage of the services provided in various fields and increasing the means of communicating with those areas faster and securely.
Upon signing, Khalid bin Ahmed Balkheyour, CEO of Arabsat, pointed out Arabsat’s determination to provide all satellite services through its fleet that provides various wide range coverage in the world.
In the field of digital transformation and cybersecurity, one of the leading companies in the field of information technology remains to be Fixed Solutions. Commenting on the partnership, Mahmoud Sherif Tawfiq, CEO of Fixed Solutions, said: “We are pleased with this strategic partnership for cooperation in the field of digital transformation services and cybersecurity to provide services that meet the needs of the Egyptian community. This deal will help increase capabilities towards expanding joint projects in the African market and maximizing capabilities in the field of satellite telecommunications.”
On the other hand, EgyptSat was the first company to own and operate an i-Direct and S3P New-tech hubs in the Middle East, as well as the first company to offer two-way communication in Egypt.
Dr Mohamed Al-Ghamry, CEO of EgyptSat, said: “This agreement represents the beginning of a new beginning towards optimal utilisation of satellite telecommunication solutions for all government, business and private sectors to enhance the country projects aimed at digital transformation as it supports the telecommunication systems infrastructure and the national projects undertaken by the state due to the characteristics of satellite telecommunication systems in terms of implementation speed and the comprehensive coverage of all Egyptian territories.”