Pegaso Banda Ancha Engages EdgeAccess as VOIP Technology Provider of Choice
St. Thomas, USVI , 13 April 2005
EdgeAccess is pleased to announce that Pegaso Banda Ancha selected EdgeAccess’ patented bandwidth-saving VoIP technology, vPEPTM, and VoIP equipment for use over Pegaso’s new Surfbeam network. Pegaso and EdgeAccess will actively co-promote the EdgeAccess VoIP equipment and services to prospective customer(s).
Pegaso’s initial satellite service rollout will cover Mexico. Future plans include marketing the service to all of Central and South America. Pegaso will provide consumers with the first broadband satellite communications alternative throughout Mexico, Central and South America at very competitive prices. The Pegaso Banda Ancha network will connect to the Internet backbone through the PanAmSat Teleport in Atlanta, Georgia, using extended Ku-band capacity on the PAS-1R satellite. PAS-1R, one of the largest and most powerful commercial geostationary satellites ever launched, offers an expanded and enhanced reach throughout the Americas, Caribbean, Europe and Africa.
“EdgeAccess offers an unrivaled solution to bandwidth efficiency. The unparalleled value of EdgeAccess vPEPTM (Voice Performance Enhancement Protocol) alone marks a new era for satellite service providers worldwide,” said Javier Braun Burillo, CEO of Pegaso.
“As the leader in efficient satellite-based VoIP Solutions, EdgeAccess is confident in the success of this project. We are proud that Pegaso selected EdgeAccess technology as an important part of this momentous service rollout,” said Robert A. Veschi, President and CEO of EdgeAccess.