Oct. 16, 2012
-- Australian satellite company NewSat Ltd will be one of many key organizations attending the AITEC East Africa ICT Summit 2012
to be held at the Oshwal Centre in Nairobi, from October 24 to 25. The summit aims to bring together industry leaders and organizations of the ICT industry across Kenya and East Africa to discuss the region’s emerging information-
based economy. It serves both as a business and consumer platform offering a wealth of networking opportunities.
Over the last couple of years the region has seen vast improvements in its ICT infrastructure which allows for a wide-range of IT-enabled services. The AITEC Summit is looking into strengthening its current B2B services with focus on consumer engagement in an array of mobile applications and electronics. Alongside these developments, demand for satellite capacity has also increased as the technology plays a more crucial role in IT services and broadband projects.
Steve Rich, NewSat’s Regional Head, will be attending the summit to discuss the company’s Jabiru Satellite program - a fleet of satellites which upon commercial operation, will deliver powerful Ka band capacity through a range of regional, steerable and multi-spot beams across Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.
If you would like to discuss the Jabiru Satellite Program
with Steve Rich, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 3 9674 4688.
For more information, you can visit: http://newsat.com/Events/china-satellite-conference-2.html