Iridium Signs Service Provider Agreements in the Middle East

By | December 15, 2003 | Uncategorized

Iridium Satellite, a provider of satellite phone service, has signed agreements with five new service providers to sell Iridium services to customers in the Middle East. The agreements will expand the distribution of Iridium services to additional industrial and government markets in remote areas where no other form of communication is available.

The Middle East service providers are NASCO, a Saudi Arabia-based company that is a provider of communications for the government, offshore oil and gas industries; Delta Communication, an Egyptian-based company that is a provider of communications services in the Middle East; Compagnie d’Energie et d’Etudes Maritimes, headquartered in Dubai, UAE, and serving Iraq with products and services for the maritime, oil and gas and power generation markets; Saif Group, a specialist in the field of telecommunications in Pakistan and the Commonwealth of Independent States; and AZ COMM, headquartered in Sana’a, Yemen, serving vertical market customers throughout the region.

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