Advanced Telecommunications,
throughout Rural Africa

CABSAT | DUBAI 08 March – 10 March 2016

RascomStar exhibited at the 22nd edition of CABSAT, the leading event for broadcast, production, content delivery, digital media and satellite sectors across .

the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA).

The three-day event, took place at the Dubai World Trade Centre in UAE, it was estimated to attract 15,000+ attendees. Delegates could discover more about RascomStar’s services in the satellite sector of the exhibition – The Zabeel Hall.

We demonstrated how our rural connectivity services can achieve global reach, for communities living in Heartland Africa through our satellite C-bands, and Ku-bands spectrums.

The Exhibit | Stand ZE4-20.

Visitors discovered more details about our unique services:

  • Rural Extension Service for Mobile (GES) and / or Fixed-line (TES) Telephony:
    A distinctive service, vis-à-vis other satellite operators. We demonstrated how our low CAPEX and OPEX GSM Extension Service can expand their geographic coverage, add new customers, sales and profits to indigenous telecom operator.
  • Satellite Bandwidth Leasing:
    To enable VSAT networks, Government Department, Media / TV Stations, Businesses, Security and Emergency Services plus others such organisations to run and operate their own telecommunications services – trunking connections, IP connectivity, VSAT services, TV broadcasting, GSM backhauling and internet access.
  • Custom-made Solutions: By configuring various aspects of our technology, expertise and resources we can deliver custom-made telecommunications solutions to meet specific client needs. This recurring service could include full or part management of the clients network.

The exhibition proved very positive and beneficial to RascomStar and it’s many visitors – including both existing and potentially new customers who were very interested to discover how RascomStar has evolved it’s ground services beyond those of purely Satellite Bandwidth services and how we continue to pioneer the deployment of advanced telecommunication services throughout rural Africa.