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Nss-12  Ku-band  available Africa/Middle east Beam

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Space
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Feb 15th, 2012 at 7:19am  
Space engineering have today announced that our iDirect Evolution x3 services are now available on Nss-12 ku-band , giving fantastic coverage over

1) East Africa and Middle east
2) Somalia
3) Ethiopia
4) South and North Sudan
5) Yemen
6) Chad
7) DR Congo
8 ) Zambia
9) Mozambique

Partly Angola , Zimbambwe Libya and Egypt.
This is in addition to the Nss-12 C-band on X3 and T11 -Ku-band strongly covering Africa.

There are many advantages to choosing Space Engineering Evolution x3 services . The Hubs are located in the Netherlands with well backed up power and Internet back bone. Our Customers enjoy low latencies and better VOIP quality.There are many tools in place visible to the end user to ensure you have the best management over your network.

We work very closely with Partners to deliver Quality services to the End user.

For more information Contact sales@space.co.ke
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Reply #1 - Feb 15th, 2012 at 10:46am  
Did you get my email about how to add a coverage pattern image into your message above?

You do it like so:
{img}http://www.example.com/images/nss-12-ku-east-africa-beam.gif{/img};
Use square brackets, not squiggly ones.

Obviously you must put the image on the internet somewhere or find an existing image to call up.

You are welcome to send the image to me by email and I will put it on this server and edit it into your post if you wish. This speeds up the web page download as it avoids an extra DNS lookup. It also give me a chance to minimise the image file size !!

Best regards, Eric.
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Reply #2 - Feb 17th, 2012 at 12:33pm  
Yes  i did

Let me add them now.

We are selling  very much and customers have seen the  BIG difference and they are enjoying service now.
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Reply #3 - Mar 3rd, 2012 at 7:06am  
Fiber CUT in Kenya  has really affected the local hubs. Internet  usage  via satellite  have been  almost unusable if any.  The expected  resolution time is 3 weeks, as per the local dailies.

Space Engineering  operates a hub in Europe and we are ready to offer  you one week free test to any affected user (s), on the East African NSS12 KU network.

You will realise a very clear  difference  between our  Nss-12 Ku band VSAT internet services (Europe hub) vs Internet services originating from East African hubs.

Your business  deserves the right Partner .

Sales@space.co.ke
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Reply #4 - Mar 3rd, 2012 at 3:14pm  
A fibre-optic undersea cable was broken when a ship dragged its anchor 4km offshore from Mombasa on Sat 25th Feb 2011. The submarine optic fibre cable cable belongs to TEAMS (The East African Marine System).
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The cable break caused major disruption to internet services in Kenya. Both mobile phone and internet services are affected and the service prioviders are doing what they can in the meantime to reroute traffic where is this possible, such as the EASSY and SEACOM cables and also by satellite.
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