PETAH TIKVA, Israel, April 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. (Nasdaq: GILT, TASE: GILT), a global leader in satellite networking technology, solutions and services, today announced that it has received more than $ 5 million for cellular backhaul on satellite expansion of the Tier-1 mobile network operator in Japan.
The mobile operator will use Gilat’s SkyEdge II-c platform to quickly extend coverage to rural areas lacking access to fiber, as well as to provide emergency response to earthquakes or storms. other natural disasters. An aggressive deployment schedule has been put in place to meet carrier requirements.
“The leading mobile carrier needed Gilat’s proven cell backhaul solution to meet its aggressive deployment schedule and to meet interoperability standards,” said Abhay Kumar, regional vice president, APJ at Gilat. “This victory joins other Japanese and global Tier 1 operators who are benefiting from Gilat’s leading cellular link technology, with a shared vision of providing connectivity to people in the most remote areas, as well as to provide essential emergency preparedness in a disaster-prone country like Japan. “
Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. (NASDAQ: GILT, TASE: GILT) is one of the world’s leading providers of broadband satellite communications. With 30 years of experience, we design and manufacture advanced equipment for the ground segment, and provide complete solutions and end-to-end services, powered by our innovative technology. Offering competitive solutions with high added value, our portfolio includes a cloud-based VSAT network platform, high-speed modems, high-performance mobile antennas and solid-state amplifiers (SSPA) and block converters. (BUC) with high efficiency and high power.
Gilat’s complete solutions support multiple applications with a comprehensive product portfolio to meet key applications including broadband access, cellular backhaul, enterprise, in-flight connectivity, shipping, trains, defense and public safety, while meeting the most stringent service level requirements. Gilat’s controlling shareholders are the FIMI Private Equity Funds. For more information, please visit: www.gilat.com
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