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Intelsat and Quantis Sign Agreement that will Improve Broadband Services in Europe and Africa via Intelsat Epic
31 January 2017

Quantis Global signed an agreement to enhance and expand the Quantis network using services provided by Intelsat EpicNG high-throughput satellites (HTS) and IntelsatOne Flex services, bringing higher performing broadband services across the region.
Quantis, part of Eurona Wireless Telecom SA (MAB: EWT), will incorporate services from two Intelsat EpicNG satellites, Intelsat 33e and Intelsat 37e, and use Intelsat’s managed services offering, IntelsatOne Flex for Enterprise, which delivers high-quality, global, enterprise-grade, wholesale Mbps service. The network leverages Intelsat teleports and will serve NGOs, enterprise, embassies, the oil & gas sector, and maritime customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
“We added high-throughput services in order to meet the growing needs of our existing customers as well as position for new revenue-generating services that require higher throughput HTS,” said Aquilino Antuña, CEO of Quantis. “After reviewing many options, it was clear that Intelsat EpicNG and IntelsatOne Flex for Enterprise offer the best path to immediately deliver more bandwidth and cost-efficient commercial solutions to our blue-chip corporate, NGO and maritime customers. The global footprint of the Intelsat solution also means we can support our growth strategies in the countries where we currently operate as well as quickly respond to new market opportunities anywhere in the world.”

“Intelsat EpicNG is delivering on the promise of HTS with higher performance, better economics and simpler access,” said Jean-Philippe Gillet, Intelsat’s Vice President, Europe, Middle East and Africa. “Our customers asked for a flexible, global platform for incorporating HTS, and we responded with IntelsatOne Flex for Enterprise. This managed service accelerates time to market, allows service providers to be more responsive to end users, and expands their network with a robust and easily scalable broadband infrastructure.”