Vizada Networks, a leading satellite communications provider and system integrator is expanding its personnel outsourcing and consultancy operations. In addition to its on-going position as a provider of skilled and security cleared personnel in support of its managed networks and customised solutions, the company is now offering technical recruitment and consultancy to its defence sector customers. (more…)
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If your answer is yes, our high bandwidth availability and reliability mean that if you’re with Vizada Networks in Tanzania, then you’re with the right provider. We’re confident that our multi-levelled service offering and high-availability network solutions provide the connection speeds that our customers need. We’re happy to encourage our customers and internet community in Tanzania to test us; which is why we offer local internet speed testing through the world’s most famous provider of these services, Ookla; the company behind http://www.speedtest.net.
A tough job in a harsh environment needs communications up to the task. The Provincial Reconstruction Team of the Czech Republic, Logar – Afghanistan (PRT Logar) has a broad remit that is based on helping the local populace build and live a better, safer life. Based in relatively tough terrain, in terms of politics and geography, it needed a cost-effective shared access communications system to replace its dedicated link, and chose Vizada Networks for the job.
Following a successful launch during the Connecting Rural Communities (CRC) Africa 2011 conference in Dar es Salaam on 25th August 2011, Vizada Networks is delighted to announce that high quality, reliable connectivity services from its new iDirect hub in the Tanzanian capital on the SES World Skies NSS12 satellite go live today for customers in Tanzania and the East Coast of Africa.
Successful Seminars and Conference in Dar es Salaam
Vizada Networks’ participation in two major events in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania last week proved a success, confirming our position as a leading supplier of reliable internet connection along the East Coast of Africa.
The first event was the annual Connecting Rural Communities Africa (CRC Africa) forum organised by the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation, of which Vizada Networks is a silver sponsor. Hosted by the Ministry of Communications, Science and Technology in Tanzania and the Tanzanian Communications Regulatory Authority on 24-26 August 2011, the conference covered seven sessions including International Connectivity for Africa, Equipment and Technology and Operator’s Perspective.
In order to reflect our growing business and customer base in Tanzania and East Coast Africa, we are proud to announce that we have completed development of a brand new website dedicated to customers in the region.
The website for Vizada Networks Tanzania – www.vizadanetworks.co.tz – went live on 15 August 2011, ahead of an exciting connectivity service launch taking place in September 2011. Reflecting our position as a leading connectivity provider in Tanzania and East Africa and other surrounding countries, we have ensured that our new website is available to all customers and potential customers, and have even speed tested it on the Eutelsat W7 satellite 64 bit link.
Vizada Networks would like to congratulate our customer ‘Agence universitaire de la Francophonie’ – AUF – as it celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year. The AUF has been holding a series of events marking its half-century and Vizada Networks has been pleased to help them during these celebrations. Specifically, we have donated the prize of an iPad 2 for a competition organised by the AUF office for the African Great Lakes.
On June 9, 2011 Vizada and Inmarsat jointly held a breakfast seminar to further build awareness of the benefits of satellite communications for NGOs and Aid Agencies. The seminar was part of The Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF) – formerly Aid & Trade – in Washington D.C., where Inmarsat and Vizada were two of the key sponsors. This event is one of the most recognized in the NGO/Aid market sector.
Wolf Hey has been working with wireless networks for over fifteen years and has completed close to 100 VSAT installations. We talked to Wolf about what makes a good antenna installation and the problems that arise if it is not done to professional standards…
An expedition to the highest point of the Andes Cordillera has kept in touch with base camp and home thanks to a communication solution developed by TDCOM, the wholly-owned Vizada Networks specialist events, tracking and integrated solutions division.