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Avanti and StarWin Partner for Connectivity in Africa

On the move terminal; Credits: Avanti Communications

Ibadan, 23 October 2023 – StarWin has announced that it has successfully tested its Electronically Steered Phased Array Antenna (ESA) terminal for Communications on the Move (COTM) on Avanti Communications’ high-speed HYLAS 4 Ka-band satellite. This test aims to provide seamless broadband connectivity across Africa for Government, military, and enterprise customers. During testing, StarWin’s ESA terminal demonstrated favourable capabilities, ensuring high-speed data and reliable communications while on the move.

The successful partnership sets a new standard of quality and efficiency for satellite communications, opening up new possibilities to users in motion. The Ka-band ESA terminal’s compact size, lightweight design, and easy and quick mounting make it a versatile and practical solution for a wide range of applications requiring mobility.

“We are happy to join forces with Avanti for this revolutionary project,” stated Mrs. Amelia Liu, COO and Co-founder of StarWin. “The successful testing of our Ka-band ESA terminal is just the beginning of a new era, we look forward to further advancements in the industry. The future of mobile connectivity in Africa looks brighter than ever.”

Likewise, Donald Walker, Senior Vice President of Government and Defence, added, “At Avanti, we commit to delivering the very best service to our customers and users, and this latest partnership with StarWin will allow us to expand our offering in Africa’s defence and security sector, by providing greater on the move capabilities. This new chapter will further our mission to deliver secure and reliable connectivity to those who need it most.”

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