Yahsat launches new enterprise solution for connectivity in remote areas

YahClick WiFi Enterprise Solution will especially help enterprises, NGOs, governments, and communities across remote areas of Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia.
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The solution should also benefit remote schools, clinics, and government offices, as well as facilitating humanitarian aid and relief operations.

Yahsat, the UAE-based satellite operator, has announced the launch of its YahClick WiFi Enterprise Solution, in partnership with Italian WiFi cloud management software provider Tanaza. The announcement coincides with the signing of an agreement between the two companies.

The YahClick WiFi Enterprise Solution provides a cost-effective, high-speed, and reliable WiFi solution to address the connectivity requirements of enterprises, NGOs, governments, and communities across Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia. Featuring a simple multi-user management platform and seamless access for the end user, the solution also promises to drive sustainable socioeconomic development by providing reliable high-speed connectivity to remote schools, clinics, and government offices as well as facilitating humanitarian aid and relief operations.

“In our fast-paced, always-on world, it is crucial that organizations of all kinds perform at peak productivity and therefore receive uninterrupted, high-speed internet connectivity,” said Farhad Khan, Yahsat’s chief commercial officer. “Many of the public and private sector organisations we serve operate in the remotest parts of the Middle East, Africa, and Central and South West Asia, where high-performance internet connectivity is not readily available. With the launch of YahClick WiFi Enterprise Solution, we look forward to supporting even more users with an Internet service they can depend on.”

Sebastiano Bertani, Tanaza CEO, had more to say. “We’re excited to see Yahsat using our software to deploy cost-effective high-speed WiFi hotspots,” he said. “And we love the idea of contributing to a better world by serving public and private organizations in remote areas with our WiFi cloud management platform. This distribution agreement will create a wide range of new opportunities for socioeconomic development across multiple continents.”

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