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KNET SES Partner to provide Quality Satellite Channels

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SES (Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG), a world-leading satellite operator, today announced that SES Platform Services (SES PS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of SES, has strengthened its partnership with K-NET, an ICT and Telecoms platform services company based in Ghana, to create a joint venture. The new partnership will contract SES capacity, SES PS’s and K-NET’s services, and aim to bring high picture quality content to the homes of millions of viewers by strengthening the direct-to-home (DTH) platform and also providing digital terrestrial television (DTT) services via SES’s prime orbital position at 28.2 degrees East.

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The Ministry of Communications on Tuesday signed a contract with K-Net Limited for the roll out of the country’s Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) network project.The contract worth $82.3 million dollars is for the supply and installation of a Digital Video Broadcasting Second Generation (DVB-T2) Terrestrial network.

The Contract demands the completion of the DTT network in 12 months, and the project is structured to be executed in nine months and a further three months for resolving all teething challenges.

Dr Edward Omane-Boamah, the Minister of Communications, who signed the contract, said following the evaluation of tenders received, K-Net Limited was recommended for the contract to deliver the DTT network project.

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K-NET launches Ultra-fast internet service across sub-saharan Africa


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K-NET (, a leading African telecommunications company offering triple-play voice, data and video services across sub-Saharan Africa, is pleased to announce the launch a new range of broadband Internet service packages which offer businesses and consumers unrivalled levels of performance and value for money. These services are available anywhere and everywhere throughout 16 West and Central African countries, from the most densely-populated urban areas to the most sparsely-populated rural locations.

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