Osaka serves Governments...
Who Do We Provide Services For?
Osaka builds satellite stations in countries that are currently without advanced technologies, especially in those areas where there is a demand for Internet access and satellite connections. By working with government officials, Osaka creates ISP-based businesses that bring populations increased communication -- both within the country's borders and throughout the world. With better access to education and information, your country's citizens will be better able to represent your nation in business, world, and political affairs.
How Long Does it Take Osaka to Build a Satellite Station?
Osaka wants to make your transition to high-end telecommunications simple; in just weeks, our company can create a satellite station for your government from the ground up. Osaka works with government officials to select a location that has a clear line of sight to the Atlantic Ocean for optimal reception of data; then, we bring equipment and personnel. Once activated, the station will be linked to our hub at 60 Hudson Street in New York City and to UUNet--the backbone of the internet.
Currently, Osaka has stations in a number of countries.
How Does Osaka Provide Consistent Service?
Osaka is the "carrier's carrier". Large telecommunications carriers connect to Osaka to provide private, dedicated service to foreign countries from our New York-based satellite link. Currently, Osaka connects carriers to Germany, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, Nigeria, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and many others.
With staff members stationed around the globe to maintain quality service, technical support is available 24 hours per day/7 days a week.