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July 10th, 2017

Cloud Constellation and TeknoMobil's Partnership Includes Orbital Data Comms and Associated Services 

Cloud Constellation Corporation has partnered with Teknomobil, a satellite communications company based in Turkey. and, under the terms of the agreement, Teknomobil will sell SpaceBelt™ orbital data communications and storage services to customers Turkey and the Middle East.
  • Securing data in space: Cloud Constellation’s SpaceBelt service offers a key market differentiator for data infrastructure providers, internet service providers and telecommunications organizations, delivering an ultra-high degree of network security to clients reliant on moving sensitive, mission-critical data around the world on a daily basis.
  • Comprehensive technology platforms: Teknomobil specializes in satellite communications, including hand-held satellite terminals, IP modems, helicopter- mounted and airborne satellite communication systems and vessel tracking systems. Thousands of private subscribers include government and commercial customers in the construction, tourism, communications, banking, logistics, mining, petroleum and media markets.
  • Targeted channel offerings: Cloud Constellation will be responsible for the design, launch and operational space-based orbital storage and transmission components for SpaceBelt. Teknomobil will develop customer distribution channels and operate ground terminals that provide the interface communication link to the SpaceBelt network.

Selim Gencler, chairman, Teknomobil, stated the companies combined expertise will provide flexible and innovative solutions to meet various and unique customer needs and the firm look forward to exploring the exciting possibilities of space-based services.”

Cliff Beek, president of Cloud Constellation, added that SpaceBelt was created to address the serious gaps in current network infrastructure of data transport and storage. With Teknomobil’s strong customer base and proven technology, the company can quickly build a robust channel for services that can help customers move mission-critical information to any site in the world in less than a third of a second.