New international partnership with leading satellite provider ABS

Cyta announced today the start of its cooperation with the leading international satellite provider ABS. The aim of the partnership is to support ABS satellite navigation services and the continued development of its services in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.

Cyta will provide satellite access from the “Makarios” satellite station in Cyprus and broadband extensions through its international submarine cable network, which offers high security, flexibility and scalability.

ABS already transferred its services to the “Makarios” satellite station. The station is supported by experienced staff, has modern facilities and is certified to the highest Tier-4 level by the World Teleport Association (WTA). It operates in a privileged geographical location that offers optimal conditions for satellite communications and maximum access to the satellites visible from Cyprus.

Kostas Psyllides, Cyta’s Director of International Wholesale, noted: “We are extremely pleased that the ABS he trusted her Cyta for these important services, through the “Makarios” satellite station. The project is a significant expansion of our capabilities in the field of supporting satellite navigation services, in cooperation with a highly recognized international satellite provider such as ABS. We strongly believe that this partnership will help create a fertile environment for further growth, unlocking new opportunities for us».

Ron Busch, ABS Executive Vice President Network and Engineering, said: “We are excited to partner with Cyta through the “Makarios” satellite station certified by WTAwhich ensures the reliability and support required to provide world-class service to our customers».

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