The pan American consortium, Globalsat Group, provides a complete roster of satellite communications solutions across the western hemisphere, and now its Argentina affiliate has been authorized by the national telecommunications authority ENACOM to provide services throughout the second largest South American country. The consortium has been fulfilling satellite voice and data solution needs throughout the Americas since 1999.
With the awarding of this license, the Globalsat Argentina Telecomunicaciones S.R.L. affiliate located in Buenos Aires can now market satellite communications solutions for sales within Argentina, creating an almost seamless coverage area which spans from the Canadian Arctic Ocean to Antarctica.
J. Alberto Palacios, Founder and CEO of the consortium, comments that Argentina has always been an important market and they are glad to be able to offer their advanced value-added services throughout Argentinian territory, complying with all federal and local regulations. Their business partners count on them to offer market access with all due diligence and complete regulatory compliance. A team comprising some of their most highly skilled personnel with extensive industry experience has already setup office in Buenos Aires, so the Argentinian Government, private sector, civil society and end-users can start benefiting from the increased availability of satellite terminals and services immediately.
Silvina Graziadio, Globalsat Group Marketing Director adds that Argentina is not new to satellite services, but is ripe for the better offerings that will be the result of increased competition, transparency and innovation. They look forward to very interesting times, where Argentina will now have easier access to the technology itself and can better take advantage of it through their global network of industry experts. Their offerings will be especially interesting to companies operating in more than one country which prefer a streamlined solution across their footprint and adds simplicity instead of complexity to their cost structure.