In the mid-1980s, a group of engineers including P. Kaul, president of Hughes, created the two-way Ku-band VSAT, a breakthrough solution that held the promise of commercializing satellite enterprise networks. Comprised of an antenna (the “dish”), an outdoor unit and an indoor unit, VSATs are convenient, two-way ground stations that make it possible to transmit and receive satellite data from anywhere.
The team never imagined that their invention would ignite what is now a multi-billion-dollar..
3-day conference featuring 25 Nigerian and European experts on Skills development, Value chain approach, Circular economy & Finance, Start-ups and Digitalization
agrofood & plastprintpack Nigeria 2019 was once again be supplemented by a 3-day program full of presentations and panel discussions, jointly organised by fairtrade and AHK Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Nigeria. Among the most important topics covered by some 25 Nigerian and European experts worth mentioning are...
For over 15 years, Coollink has worked to connect the people of Nigeria with the rest of the world through terrestrial (fibre and wireless) and satellite networks. Before entering the country, Nigeria was under served by ISPs for years and left in the dark while the rest of Africa and the world continued to increase broadband penetration. Nigeria is a resilient country and wants to grow significantly to compete with other nations. For the economy to grow, Nigerian entrepreneurs and business must
LAGOS, NIGERIA, JULY 28, 2017 – Shahin Nouri, Chief Executive Officer of Coollink, has just announced the upcoming launch of a brand new service that will bring broadband satellite internet to consumers in Nigeria.The new service has been dubbed “Asta”, which means “Star” in Danish. While there are other satellite internet services available in Nigeria, Asta will stand apart for numerous reasons.
According to Abdurrahman Mubi, Senior Technical Manager at Coollink, the service will be highly ava
A partnership between YAHSAT and Coollink has announced the commercial take off of a satellite broadband service, YahClick that it said will change the way Nigerians access the internet. At a Resellers’ forum in Abuja on Wednesday, officials of both companies said the product will simplify acquisition of internet in terms of ease of access, cost of acquisition and affordable subscription fees relative to the speeds delivered. Chief Technical Officer of Coolink, Nadim Chidiac explained that