Satellite Broadband Internet in Afghanistan
Satellite internet in Afghanistan is now supplied by UK specialists Ethnet.
For the past six years, Ethnet has provided satellite internet solutions to the military in Iraq, as well as to government agencies and private companies working there.
Now, with the launch of the Hughes.net Eutelsat W2A satellite in 2009, Ethnet can extend its satellite internet coverage in the Middle East – and the whole of Afghanistan can now be covered using a single 1.2m satellite dish.
Satellite internet is the secure and reliable option for 24/7 internet connections in harsh environments and rugged terrains. And there is growing demand for satellite broadband internet in Afghanistan, with its poor telecommunications infrastructure, to cross the digital divide.
Ethnet’s high-speed satellite internet in Afghanistan offers British and ISAF troops stationed there the chance to stay in contact with family and friends in the UK and to blog, surf the Web and post updates on social networking sites.
It also provides full-access to business-critical data transfer and communications systems for military teams, government bodies and contracting companies working there, as well as VoIP and IP phone connections.
Ethnet offers fast, secure, reliable and always-on connnectivity whatever the location, thanks to both static and mobile (vehicle-mounted) options.
Satellite internet in Afghanistan can be channelled via 1.2m, 1.8m and 4m VSATS (very small apperture terminals) - two-way satellite ground stations which transmit and receive data.
Fast and easy to install, Ethnet’s satellite broadband solutions provide quick, flexible and portable connections in almost all weather conditions and the most demanding locations.
Our systems are based on proven technology and built using the Hughes Network Systems platform – the world’s leading provider of satellite technology.
Ethnet also provides training and round-the-clock support with its 24/7 helpdesk.
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