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Live demonstration of Sat.One enterprise grade satellite network in Melbourne

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Sat.One Live Demonstration
Sat.One, Australia's most reliable enterprise grade Satellite communications company, invites you to take part in a live demonstration of their recently launched Low Earth Orbit network in Melbourne on Thursday 7 December at 11am.
 
As part of their participation at Cisco Live Melbourne, Sat.One is the first company in Cisco Live history to host an outdoor live network demonstration. 
 
With download speeds of up to 110MBPS the live demonstration is not to be missed. The CEO of Sat.One, Daniel Fairbairn will be available for interview.
 
Event information:
Location: Yarra River Maritime Park (right next to Polly Woodside) outside of the Melbourne Convention Centre.
 
Time: 11am til 11:30am
 
Contact: Candice Lester, Chief Marketing Officer, candice.lester@sat.one or 0401 367 343
 
 
 

About us:

The Sat.One LEO network is the only trusted enterprise grade network available in APAC. Sat.One provides fast internet, with low latency and high bandwidth to remote areas without access to fibre, cable, or mobile tower services. Operating at 1200km, boasting significant advantages for Global coverage look angles and low latency.


Contact details:

Contact: Candice Lester, Chief Marketing Officer, candice.lester@sat.one or 0401 367 343

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