Mobil Satellite Technologies expands in the Americas with Intelsat

The telcom company has acquired satellite capacity in order to expand its services in Central America, the Caribbean and North America.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Mobil Satellite Technologies uses Intelsat satellites to provide broadband services to homes, cars, and disaster command centers and the miltary.

"Even though our market is basically domestic, the Intelsat infrastructure allows us to expand globally, the main reason why we chose them as our partner in satellite technology.

Mobil Satellite Technologies is based in Virginia in the US and provides services in the United States, the Caribbean and Central America.

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