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ATS makes a deal with Speedcast to become a reseller in order to grow its business and reach more customers


A renowned communications and information technology service provider, Speedcast, has announced that it has inked a reseller deal with Algérie Télécom Satellite (ATS), Algeria’s most prominent provider of satellite services.

 Through this arrangement, ATS will get access to the experience and knowledge of Speedcast, which will allow the company to extend its offerings of VSAT products and services.

ATS has offered satellite services in Algeria for over four decades, and the company today maintains fixed and mobile satellite networks for telecom, banking, government, and other industries throughout the country.ATS has its main office in Algiers. It has a teleport in Lakhdaria and other offices all over Algeria.

James Trevelyan, Senior Vice President of Enterprise and Emerging Markets at Speedcast, “By bringing Speedcast’s world-class technology and services to the Algerian market, ATS has positioned itself to take advantage of positive trends.”Before choosing us as their global services partner, the company did a thorough RFI process. We’re happy to be a part of a mutually beneficial opportunity to provide customers in this region with critical connectivity solutions. Customers in this area need ways to connect.

We’re looking forward to doing more business in this critical country in North Africa,” Trevelyan said as he wrapped up.



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