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Paratus On-Shore and Off-Shore Capabilities

Paratus is Africa’s quality network, with state-of-the-art data centers, an extensive network of owned infrastructure and a large satellite network across more than 35 African countries (GEO, MEO and LEO). We offer end-to-end solutions for the oil and gas industry, including stabilised microwave solutions for FPSOs, on-shore colocation and many more. Because Paratus owns and manages the network service journey for you – from infrastructure to ISP – we provide the backbone and the last-mile connectivity you need for success.

Paratus sign re-seller agreement with Starlink for Africa

Paratus has entered an agreement as a distributor for Starlink’s high-speed services across the African continent. This agreement will allow Paratus to provide Starlink to its customers across Africa, as operating licenses are awarded to Starlink in those countries.  Initially, and with immediate effect, Starlink will be available from Paratus in Mozambique, Kenya, Rwanda & Nigeria before being rolled out to more countries.

Starlink recognizes Paratus Group as a key African distributor.

Starlink provides high speed, broadband internet using a simple, scalable hardware platform that can be easily distributed across locations around the world. Unbounded by local infrastructure and designed to support multiple paths back to the internet, Starlink provides reliable service to ensure your business can keep doing what it does best.

Paratus and Ceragon sign multi-year partnership agreement

This partnership offers the oil and gas industry in Angola, Mozambique and Namibia unequalled turnkey solutions for high capacity, low latency offshore communications.

Paratus Group, announces a multi-year agreement with the global innovator and leading solutions provider of wireless communications, Ceragon Networks, to provide high-capacity wireless offshore communication solutions in Angola, Mozambique and Namibia. This effectively combines Ceragon’s world-class stabilizing technology for offshore assets (rigs and or floating production storage and offloading platforms commonly known as FPSOs) with the Paratus onshore network infrastructure to give customers an unequalled service for the fast and secure transmission of vital data.

OneWeb and Paratus Sign a Multi-year Gateway Installation Agreement

Paratus will build a OneWeb teleport (Gateway) in Angola which will serve to provide Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Services to Angola and surrounding SADC countries 

Paratus Group announces a multi-year agreement with global telecommunications provider, OneWeb, to build a gateway in Luanda, Angola, which will be operational in the second half of 2023.  This new gateway will provide low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite services to several countries in the region and will bring secured solutions not only to enterprises but also to towns, villages, municipalities, and schools, including the hardest-to-reach regions of multiple African countries. This is the first of several planned OneWeb gateways in Africa.  

OneWeb welcomes Paratus as distribution partner in Africa

Distribution Partner agreement marks a crucial step in bridging the digital divide in Africa, with Paratus set to deliver OneWeb’s LEO connectivity across 35 countries

OneWeb today announced the signing of a distribution partnership with Paratus Group (“Paratus”), the pan-African telecommunications company. The agreement will help Paratus to deliver OneWeb’s low Earth orbit (LEO) connectivity solutions across Africa once its global network coverage is activated in 2023. This agreement will focus on delivering satellite communications services to Paratus customers across 37 countries in Africa, particularly in rural and remote communities. 

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