C Com Satellite tv for pc: NETSAT OM ANTENNAS IN PAKISTAN

OTTAWA, May 25, 2021 – C-COM Satellite Systems Inc. (TSXV: CMI and OTCQB: CYSNF), a leading global provider of commercial mobile antenna systems with mobile auto-provisioning, today announced that its Karachi-based integrator has assembled multiple C-COM 1.2m -Vehicles deployed iNetVu® antenna systems for the Punjab Land Record Authority.

NETSAT, Pakistan’s leading service provider and system integrator of satellite equipment, has received an order from the Punjab Land Record Authority (PLRA) for setting up mobile delivery vans for the Arazi Record Center (ARCs) all over the province.

The scope of work includes the delivery, integration, installation and commissioning of satellite equipment on vehicles as well as the establishment of a satellite connection between mobile transporters and the PLRA data center.

With these vehicles, customers can get various services on their doorstep, including issuing FARD (Ownership Document) and mutating property. Five vehicles equipped with C-COM’s iNetVu® 1200 portable satellite antenna systems were deployed to provide these services over satellite links in areas where broadband internet is not available, such as the tribal regions of southern Punjab.

NETSAT has successfully delivered 20 vehicles to PLRA equipped with cameras, computers and satellite devices to provide seamless internet services to the PLRA customer.

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NETSAT vehicles with C-COM iNetVu® 1200 drive-away antennas

Information on C-COM Satellite Systems Inc.

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C-COM Satellite Systems Inc. is a pioneer and leading designer, developer and manufacturer of transportable and mobile satellite-based antenna systems for the commercial markets. The company has developed a proprietary fast antenna auto-detect controller technology that points to a satellite with the push of a button and enables broadband internet via satellite in a variety of market applications worldwide, including regions not served or served by terrestrial access technologies are undersupplied.

C-COM has sold more than 8,500 antenna systems in over 100 countries through a dedicated dealer network that provides services for a variety of vertical markets such as oil and gas exploration, military communications, disaster management, SNG, emergency communications and cellular backhaul, telemedicine, mobile education, government services, Mobile banking and others. The company’s iNetVu® brand stands for high quality, reliability and economy.

C-COM is in the late development phase of a potentially revolutionary electronically controllable, modular, compliant flat panel phased array antenna with Ka-band. In collaboration with the University of Waterloo, C-COM is developing this unique antenna with the aim of providing low-cost, high-throughput mobility applications via satellite for land, air and sea verticals. Further information can be found at www.c-comsat.com

iNetVu® is a registered trademark of C-COM Satellite Systems Inc.

The company is publicly traded on the Canadian Venture Exchange (TSXV: CMI) and on the US OTC Exchange (OTCQB: CYSNF).

About NETSAT

NETSAT has extensive experience in IT and telecommunications services and is a major provider of a wide range of connectivity and broadcast services in Pakistan. The company mainly deals with the assembly and manufacture of satellite devices, the system integration of satellite devices, the installation and provision of spare parts and after-sales services, thus offering a total solution in the IT, telecommunications and media sectors with the vision of energy and propulsion for new technological developments in Pakistan.

NETSAT
Contact: Muhammad Rizwan
Office | Phone | + 92-21-111-638-728
Fax | + 92-21-34321816
Office | 87/10, Sector 5 Korangi Industrial,
Karachi-75100, Pakistan
muhammad.rizwan@netsat.net.pk
www.netsat.net.pk

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