The service agreement is part of the effort of SSA to secure and develop its new POP in Harare.
Recent grows is due to the market needs of service redundancy over the fiber. The redundancy gives high service availability to SSA over the other solutions.
New contracts secured recently in Cameroon and Congo Brazzaville with SSA resellers.
The expected revenue is from $500,000 annually that have a potential to grow gradually to $2,000,000 annually.
The new satellite offer a strong Ku footprint over central and southern Africa
SSA intent is to purchase all available communication bandwidth that SSG can provide from its initial Nano-satellites platform at market competitive price
The company has committed to 3 transponders that will serve Angola and Central Africa
The POP serves the mining sector and enables costs reduction and latency improvement to SSA customers.
Customers will be connected over one network (MPLS) at the Headquarter and at remote branches.