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Thuraya Telecommunications Company, a subsidiary of the Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (Yahsat), on Saturday announced that it has signed a service partner agreement with Rockville Technologies, one of the leading system integrators and IoT/M2M solution providers in Pakistan. The partnership will expand the availability of Thuraya's products and services across key vertical markets within the country, disclosed a Thuraya's spokesperson.

Headquartered in Islamabad, Pakistan with offices in Kuwait, UAE, KSA, Sri Lanka, Bulgaria and Turkey, Rockville has developed a diversified portfolio of technologies and telecom solutions since its founding in 2002. The company is already associated with more than 25 top telecom GSM operators and now its first-class integration capabilities complement Thuraya's renowned satellites and network portfolio of M2M, IoT and Data services.

Shawkat Ahmed, Chief Commercial Officer of Thuraya, said, "Thuraya is pleased to welcome Rockville Technologies as a service partner. Nowadays, customers demand solutions that go beyond standard connectivity enabling seamless services without any coverage gaps.

Commenting about the agreement, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Rockville Technologies Abrar Ali Khan said that they have always tried to come up with unique solutions by using cutting edge technologies to address market need as well as solve day-to-day unique challenges faced by our customers.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2019

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