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SkyVision to Showcase Solutions for the Oil & Gas Industry at the OilComm 2013

by Sam Wakoba
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skyvisionGlobal provider of IP connectivity over satellite and fiber optic systems SkyVision Global Networks Ltd.  will showcase its comprehensive end-to-end solutions designed uniquely for the oil & gas market at the OilComm 2013 Conference & Exposition (Houston, TX, Nov. 6-8).

Hosted at the George R. Brown Convention Center, OilComm is the only global exhibition dedicated to the communications challenges faced in the oil & gas community.

Doron Ben Sira, SkyVision CEO said, “We are especially proud to be taking part in this important industry event. SkyVision understands the industry’s unique challenges faced both offshore and at remote inland drill sites. By understanding their communications needs, we can address them and deliver reliable solutions to improve our customers’ productivity and network security. This exposition allows us to present our capabilities and solutions to the oil & gas industry outside of Africa, where SkyVision is already a trusted brand.”

SkyVision says it solutions are suited to its oil & gas customers and are based over a wide range of connectivity platforms including: satellite/hybrid networks, WLAN, Microwave, VHF/UHF, and Fiber-Optics. SkyVision also provides a wide range of crew welfare solutions, such as scratch cards for voice calls/internet, telemedicine, video on demand, WLAN hotspots, and on-demand entertainment.

The firm believes that as more and more oil and gas companies across the globe realize how reliable connectivity is critical to their business, oil and gas leaders must provide efficient and reliable communications in the field, and in between remote branch offices. With safety as the industry’s #1 priority, SkyVision knows that reliable information flow in routine or emergency situations is the key to ensuring smooth, seamless operations.

SkyVision has offices in Nigeria, Cameroon, Morocco,  South Africa, Senegal, Guinea and Burkina Faso and hubs in hubs and PoPs situated across Africa, providing seamless VSAT and fiber connectivity to  customers requiring communications to Africa and within Africa.

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