Artel, LLC is proud to announce that it will serve on the 2019 Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) Government Working Group (GWG). According to the SSPI press release dated January 8, 2019, the working groups will be involved with a “host of policy issues including: regulatory issues (satellite licensing, spectrum allocation and regulatory policy); government services, earth observation legislation, public safety, export control policy and international trade issues.”
The Artel, LLC SATCOM team members who will serve on the GWG are Dr. XT Vuong (Vice President & Chief Scientist), Ed Spitler (Head of SATCOM), and Todd Cress (Manager SATCOM Capture & Client Relations). As one of the key commercial providers of satellite bandwidth to the DoD, Artel is honored to bring extensive expertise to bear on the topics that will be addressed by the SSPI GWG, and to gain and share detailed insight into the future of the industry.
HERNDON, VA, January 2, 2019 — Artel, LLC (Artel) announces the installation of its 50th circuit, expanding the reach of its Afri-CORE network.
Afri-CORE is one of the largest private data networks in Africa, with points of presence in 42 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States (U.S.).
Since its inception more than 2 years ago, Afri-CORE has provided diverse and redundant core circuits to Europe and the U.S. with 100 percent availability. The network is scalable to quickly accommodate customers’ dynamic needs and is supported by Artel’s Network Operations Center (NOC) located in Herndon, Virginia. Artel’s 24x7x365 NOC continuously monitors the Afri-CORE network, proactively identifying potential challenges before they affect the customer experience.
To learn more about Artel’s network design and monitoring service expertise, visit: https://www.artelllc.com/solutions/terrestrial-connectivity/#tab-header|3