Supported by Akisom Group Limited, Latin American based Axesat and German-based CETel, are combining to create AXESS Networks, to address the needs and offer solutions to the enterprise satellite communications industry.
AXESS’ global infrastructure, recognized by the WTA (World Teleport Association), operates three main teleports located in Germany, Mexico and Colombia, and alternative teleports in Dubai and Peru. The company provides global coverage to a diverse base of customers. Current operations cover more than 50 countries on four continents. Pairing the highly successful commercial strategy of Axesat and its presence in Latin America, with CETel’s experience in providing German-engineered, customer-specific solutions to the European, Middle East and African market, has been the key driver for this fundamental merger.
‘One of the company’s main goals is to enhance the firm’s offerings to provide comprehensive turnkey solutions to telcos and large enterprises. AXESS company will connect companies globally through a differentiated value offering and the best technical support and customer service’, said Mauricio Segovia, CEO at AXESS.
Guido Neumann, former Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of CETel, which has been appointed AXESS’ Chief Development Officer (CDO), said that the merger of Axesat and CETel is ‘a further milestone within their global growth and diversification strategy’. He also expressed that AXESS ‘combines experiences of two individual leading companies from two continents and therewith a new true global leader rises within our thrilling industry’.