Performance, scalability, quality – all the way to the edge
Nethope Global Summit
NetHope, founded in 2001, is an American consortium of 56 global non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that specializes in improving IT connectivity among humanitarian organizations in developing countries and areas affected by disaster.
The organization has partnerships with more than 60 leading tech companies. Its humanitarian development, emergency response, and conservation programs are in place in 180 countries worldwide.
Each year, NetHope members meet face-to-face with fellow members, corporate partners and supporters for a Global Summit to address how to use technology to make powerful progress against the world’s most pressing challenges.
This year's summit is taking place at Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico from 21 to 25 October, 2019.
Talk to our SES team on site about enabling operations for crisis management and join our presentation about cloud connectivity to the edge.
Burkina Faso Government and SES Networks
Together with Burkina Faso Government we have embarked on an ambitious project to extend and improve the countrywide ICT network and enable the Burkinabè population access to key e-applications. Industry Government Location Burkina FasoRead the full case study
Smarter Mines Empowered People
German-based global satellite provider CETel, enabled by SES Networks’ end-to-end managed connectivity solutions, has transformed mining operations in one of the most remote, land-locked sites in the world with access to cloud-based systems.Read the full case study