Camusat Connects for Its Client a Village of 5,000 Inhabitants in Madagascar Thanks to Its Low Cost Rural Solution

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Camusat, one of the market leaders in developing telecom infrastructures, is pleased to reveal the results of the first site implemented in Madagascar using its rural solution.

Installed and commissioned in 5 days, this 100% solar powered and non-concrete telecom site enables Camusat’s mobile operator client to link an unconnected village of 5,000 inhabitants to mobile networks.

With this field-proven and turnkey solution, Camusat addresses MNOs’ challenge to connect anyone, anywhere at any time, by providing reliable broadband service with minimal expense, leveraging its local presence as well as long-lasting experience.

This low cost solution can include voice, SMS, Wi-Fi, Data and mobile banking services as well as remote monitoring by Camusat GNOC on a 24x7 basis, all resulting in low opex and maintenance and zero emission. Thanks to its valuable partnership with satellite operators, Camusat can also provide satellite connection as an option, extending thus the limits of its clients ‘markets.
Through this solution, Camusat demonstrates once again its willingness to make the world exchange and empower people offering them better access to services, contributing to the economic growth of all regions while controlling the environmental impact: an all-in-one concept that helps MNOs shaping a better and greener future for communities all over the world.
Source: Press Release