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SES enhances connectivity for governments and institutions
by Staff Writers
Luxembourg (SPX) Nov 09, 2016


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SES S.A. provides breakthrough connectivity solutions to governments and institutions. These organisations rely on connectivity for their increasingly data hungry applications, a need that SES is supplying. SES services are reliable, innovative, secure, high-quality, cost-effective, and customised. These six characteristics are described in detail inside the new SES White Paper, "SES Charts Rising Government Needs".

"In a sector where each situation requires different methods and technology," the White Paper states, "SES tailors its offering to provide the crucial support needed for the important projects of governments and institutions, both regionally and internationally."

"SES is at the epicentre of a suite of companies that take a global approach for product development and customer service," the White Paper explains, "forming a powerful collection of capacity, services, and solutions for the government and institutional sector."

"Together, the unique capabilities of SES detailed above make it distinct in the government and institutional arena," the White Paper concludes, "where it is not only responding to government needs but shaping the future of demand with services that go beyond capacity, and innovations that redefine possibility."

Read the full White Paper here


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