Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Yahsat will now provide satellite communication service to bahrain

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Yahsat of the United Arab Emirates to provide satellite communications services to Bahrain.

Satellite Technology company in the United Arab Emirates, Al Yah Communications Company, also known as Yahsat has signed a contract to provide satellite communications services to the Bahrain Defence Force.

Yahsat will now provide satellite communication service to bahrain


Under the terms of the contract, Yahsat will provide multifaceted customized services, including hardware, covering the full breadth of the Ka band and training in the use of technology.
The Bahrain Defense Force will take delivery later this year, said a statement.

Brigadier Mohammed Qatami Al-Kubaisi, director of information and moral guidance, Bahrain Defense Force, said: "This contract reflects the long association and deep between Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates Satellite communications are a vital aspect to ensure our security and our partnership with Yahsat. emphasizes mutual trust and cooperation between our sister nations ".

Ali Al Hashemi, Yahsat CEO added: "Our selection by the Bahrain Defence Force is a great endorsement of the quality of our technology and the professionalism of our teams.
"Defense requirements are, by nature, more difficult and the decision of the Bahrain Defence Force to work with Yahsat ample evidence of our ability to support communications.
"This is an important step in our strategy to offer cutting edge technology to the global defense sector, based on experience and lessons learned in our vital work with the Armed Forces of the UAE."

Last month, Yahsat announced that the preliminary design review for its third satellite is completed.

Yahsat, a wholly owned unit of Mubadala Development Company, said the review is the first step towards confirming that the satellite will operate effectively in orbit.
Company officials also confirmed that they are on track to launch the satellite Al Yah 3 in the fourth quarter of 2016 and will focus on the markets of South America.

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