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Thursday, Feb 20th

Sat-Space Africa's new MD has high hopes for continent

Sat-Space Africa new MD hopes to advance Africa.

Tillmann Wilschke, newly appointed MD of Sat-Space Africa, an IP-connectivity provider based in Mauritius with an operations center in Namibia, plans to take the company to new heights.

The company, which delivers a combination of satellite and IP technology into Africa, believes Tillmann is the right man to drive its vision.

Tillmann says he is proud to have been given this opportunity. “We have a great team and I believe in building the brand that is loved by our consumers while contributing to the vision of the Sat-Space Africa board and delivering our vision of advancing Africa.”

According to Sat-Space Africa, Tillmann brings with him 20 years of experience and knowledge of the telecommunications industry.

“He plans to play a key role in driving the company's aggressive growth strategy as well as building Sat-Space Africa's reputation in service delivery,” notes the company in a statement.

“After graduating as a telecommunications engineer in Germany, Tillmann joined Infineon and later Vodafone in Munich, Germany. During that period, he developed his skills and also achieved a number of qualifications and certifications in order to keep up with new technological developments in the industry.”

Wilschke says, “Using fibre optics, satellite, and wireless networks, Sat-Space Africa is able to supply fast and dependable IP connectivity solutions all over sub-Saharan countries.”

According to him, the company’s service is the direct result of an innovative investment in the long-term career paths of professionals.

"My passion for problem-solving and interest in being on top of new technologies and challenges brought me back to Namibia in 2007, where I could face the new African reality in the telecommunications sector."


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