SkyVision plays an active role in Africa’s oil & gas market

SkyVision, a global IP telecommunication service provider to emerging markets, plays an active role in Africa’s fast rising oil and gas market.

At this year’s NOGTECH exhibition in Lagos, which was strategically positioned to bring together government ministries, industry stakeholders and key oil and gas professionals, SkyVision unveiled its new, customized suite of corporate services solutions, tailored to the needs of the oil and gas industry.

These solutions include Voice Services, Mobile Satellite Services, Private Networks, Managed Firewall, Business Continuity Solutions, Managed Professional Services and VSAT Internet/VPN services. The company’s business continuity solutions for example, provide large corporate customers with reliable back up connectivity and ‘always on’ connectivity with zero downtime for both on and offshore requirements.

Other market-specific offerings include enhanced crew welfare (data, voice and video), real-time upload of drilling data, on demand bandwidth for video conferencing, ROV video and telemedicine and hubless meshed connectivity.


Managed from its international gateways in Africa, Europe, the US and the Middle East, and local hubs and multiple POPs, SkyVision’s global MPLS network connects its customers to the Internet or to their private backbone.

Through its network of local offices, partners and representatives, SkyVision has established a strong local presence, enabling dedicated local support and rapid response time, across Africa. This is also backed by its 24/7 technical support centers and NOC which provide real-time monitoring and support.

Doron Ben Sira, SkyVision’s Chief Executive Officer, recently mentioned that the company has been quite busy over the last Q, with new and interesting projects within the vertical arena and establishing its new and technologically advanced Network Operating Centre. “Being a full solution provider with system integration capabilities and a team dedicated to the unique needs of each market served, we can honestly say that our customers receive the level of service, support and network management they need.” The CEO also added that SkyVision will continue to expand its suite of tailored solutions for corporate markets across Africa.


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