Vizocom provide a full range of dedicated and shared satellite broadband internet solutions to governments, enterprises and NGOs across the globe.
Services are available on a variety of platforms including advanced Newtec, Comtech, as well as iDirect Evolution X1, X3 and X5.
Footprint coverages for Africa are shown below. Other coverages include Europe, Middle East, CIS, Asia Pacific, and Latin America.
Multilingual third-level helpdesk technical support in available, including telephone and email, and same-day onsite support to clients.
Full 24/7 service monitoring is provided for remote sites, and the service availability claimed for their VSAT services is 99.7% or higher.
C-Band Coverage on Africasat 1A : Vizocom's C-Band VSAT services will be provided on Africasat 1A located at 46° East. It is located at prime orbital location and has excellent C-Band coverage over Africa.
C-Band Coverage on ABS-2 : ABS-2 brings substantial capacity at a prime location at 75° East.
Ku-Band Coverage on Eutelsat 7A : Strategically placed at 7 degrees East, over the Gulf of Guinea, the Eutelsat 7A satellite covers the whole of sub-Saharan Africa and provides direct connectivity to Europe and the Mediterranean Basin.
Ku-Band Coverage on Eutelsat 21B : The Eutelsat 21B satellite is located at prime orbital location covering four continents and has excellent coverage over the Middle East, Central Asia, and Northern Africa.
Ku-Band Coverage on ABS-2 : ABS-2 brings substantial capacity at a prime location at 75° East.
Vizocom is one of few VAST providers that supports its customers with the full scope of ICT services. In addition to VSAT, Vizocom provides turnkey IT and communication services and supplies such as VoIP, LAN and WLAN infrastructure, Video Conferencing, IPTV, CATV, Access Control, Fire Alarm Systems, as well as other Electronic Security and Safety solutions.
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