North Telecom expands with new hub in Singapore

New facility in Singapore will serve the Asia Pacific region
Mahdi Nazari Mehrabi, CTO and MD of Asia at NorthTelecom.
Mahdi Nazari Mehrabi, CTO and MD of Asia at NorthTelecom.

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NorthTelecom, a provider of ICT satellite services, is expanding its operation with a new hub in Singapore.

The facility in Singapore will serve the Asia Pacific region and will help North Telecom to “bridge east and west”, according to Mahdi Nazari Mehrabi, managing director for Asia and CTO at NorthTelecom.

“We are investing in a new facility and expanding capacity in Singapore. These investment will allow NorthTelecom to extend its leading edge and forefront solution and services into Asia and Pacific market in the coming months.

“The new facility will be equipped with state-of-the-art ground equipment as well as our high qualified and competence team on the ground. We are very delighted to extended our cost effective and reliable services and solution to our partner in this part of the world,” Mehrabi added.

NorthTelecom is a leading global satellite service provider, provisioning satellite communications and ICT service both on land and at sea.
 

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