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COMMUNICATIONS: Galaxy Broadband, Telesat sign deal for Ka-band capacity

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario – Galaxy Broadband Communications has signed long term capacity agreements with Telesat for multiple transponder equivalents of Ka-band space segment on Telesat's Anik F2 satellite to support business growth in...


MISSISSAUGA, Ontario – Galaxy Broadband Communications has signed long term capacity agreements with Telesat for multiple transponder equivalents of Ka-band space segment on Telesat’s Anik F2 satellite to support business growth in Canada’s northern markets. With this latest contract, Galaxy Broadband has become one of Telesat’s leading customers for Ka-band capacity serving Canada’s North.

Galaxy Broadband specializes in delivering high quality, enterprise grade communications to oil and gas, mining, construction, and pipeline markets in North America. Combined with previously contracted space on Telesat’s Anik F3 satellite, Galaxy Broadband has now secured high performing Ka-band coverage for the long term to serve the north and far north regions of Canada.

“This signing further confirms the commitment of Galaxy Broadband to supporting Canada’s remote regions including the Arctic with excellent enterprise high speed satellite internet and VoIP services,” said Rick Hodgkinson, Galaxy president and CEO. “Our latest contract with Telesat enables Galaxy Broadband to provide long term assurance to our current customers while offering potential clients a high performing solution they can count on for many years.”

Galaxy Broadband is celebrating 20 years in business. Learn more at GalaxyBroadband.ca


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