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Signalhorn inks new energy contract

30 October 2013, 16:01

Lagos - Signalhorn, the German-based satellite internet and network security solution provider, has renewed its local contract for the provision and  management of communication for energy industry offshore vessels.

Although the monetary value of the deal was not disclosed, under the terms of the three-year contract extension, Signalhorn will provide a mission-critical, multi-megabit communications network to its customer's key African locations in Nigeria as well as Angola and Cameroon.

The contract successful renewal, according to the company, is built upon Signalhorn's previous four-year relationship of delivering satellite and terrestrial links for local clients.

The company said the new contract reinforced Signalhorn's commitment to customer care, quality assurance and delivering trusted networks.

Vice President, Oil & Gas sales at Signalhorn, Gary Bray, said with 40 years of experience in providing hybrid communication solutions, the company had been able to serve customers who were operating in ever more remote, deeper and increasingly hostile environments to meet the world's energy demand.

"Signalhorn's continually growing global communications footprint enables us to deliver trusted networks for connectivity and performance," he said.

Bray said Signalhorn delivers quality service to its customer's network across the African continent through regional points of presence and its teleports located at technical centres in Germany and Switzerland.

"Signalhorn's service includes communications for the company's core networks, crew welfare, contractors, and regulatory and safety requirements," he said.

- CAJ News


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