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SSi Canada announces new satellite capacity for north

Briefs | 01/19/2021 1:16 pm EST

SSi Canada says a partnership with satellite and connectivity services provider SES S.A. will deliver a “large, large amount” of extra capacity for its QINIQ broadband and mobile services in the country’s north, allowing SSi to again add new customers and provide continual service for its existing ones.

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