Thursday, April 18, 2024

Orange innovates and continues its mobile data deployment in Guyana by activating 4G in several isolated regions


In this way, more than 20,000 additional people will benefit from Orange’s mobile Internet services in Guyana and will benefit from access to multimedia uses on compatible mobile devices, such as web browsing, email consultation, file downloads, access to applications. , social networks, various instant messengers. (WhatsApp, Messenger, etc.), online games, etc.

However, three conditions are still necessary to take advantage of 4G:

  • Have an offer and a SIM card.
  • Have a compatible terminal,
  • Be in the coverage area,

A technological and human feat

To cover these hard-to-reach areas with 4G, Orange has signed a technology partnership with Intelsat to implement a mobile data service on reliable satellite support, ensuring permanent connectivity and an optimal customer experience, all from Cayenne. A world first for the Orange group.

Jean-Luc Vuillemin, Director of International Networks and Services at Orange, said: “I am delighted with this new collaboration with Intelsat, which enables 4G to be deployed in 5 new regions of French Guiana. This association, led by our experts in international networks and services from Orange, demonstrates the complementarity that satellite communication technologies bring to our network and, therefore, contributes to promoting digital equality in all Orange territories. Our satellite experts provide their monitoring expertise and necessary technical support to Orange Guyane teams from our Bercenay-en-Othe teleport. “

The implementation of this project, in the midst of a pandemic, required the use of exceptional logistical resources and international collaboration with Orange partners, for more than a year.

Thierry Kergall, Director of Orange Antilles-Guyana, praises “the excellent work of the teams that put this project to the test at the local level. Once again, they demonstrate our experience, our sense of leadership and technological innovation at the service of the population and the development of the territory ”.

Orange’s ongoing commitment to digital spatial planning is recognized by ARCEP and constitutes an important asset for Guyana’s economic and digital development. By deploying 4G in isolated sites, Orange continues to deploy its network wherever it matters to its customers.

Ebenezer Robbins
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